As a Tory MP, he even voted against exempting families with an ill or disabled child, war widows or widowers and foster parents who routinely use a room for foster care placements.
UKIP on the other hand are officially supposed to be against the bedroom tax.
So now Carswell has joined Farage, who has agreed to do the great big u-turn?
Is it the UKIP who are now FOR the Bedroom Tax – or Carswell who is now AGAINST it?
I think we should be told. Don’t you?:
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