Ms Hopwood said: “Why should my son’s uncle share with him in a room when he’s at a point in his life when he’s doing GCSEs?
“I wouldn’t expect to share a room with my auntie, yet I’m being told that I have to pay £15 extra a week.
“I struggle to pay catch up with rent at the minute anyway and I don’t think that is right when they ask me to pay for a bedroom that isn’t spare.”I’ll tell you why, Ms Hopwood – because the taxpayer has had enough of paying for the lifestyle choices of the benefit class to have better and larger homes than they are currently working all the hours god sends to pay for.
And if you are having problems paying the rent now, WHY ARE YOU BREEDING!?!
Ms Hopwood’s situation is set to change later this year because she is pregnant.*hurls PC across room*