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Tax credit 'rape clause' becomes law without parliamentary vote

Published on Thursday 16th of March 2017 12:10:57 PM in Guardian

A controversial proposal to ask new mothers who have been raped for verification if they wish to claim tax credits for more than two children has become law without any debate or vote in parliament.The so-called rape clause, which will be applied as part of new ...

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