UK Muslim parasites now living in 4-star hotels after government cuts their welfare benefits

7c9d3a0489e8eb09c81a4d9fc7df4ef2_1830437_0Hotel Bills for some families in Westminster have topped £12,000 per month with the council paying out more than £2 million in the first nine months of last year. The council says government limits on the amount people can claim in housing benefit have led to a rise in the numbers becoming homeless in the area.

BBC But the government said Westminster Council’s behaviour was “unacceptable.” Councils have a legal duty to re-house homeless people.

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The Osman family have been at the Jury’s Inn since the start of November, after changes to their housing benefit left them unable to afford the four-bedroom home they rented. They now share three rooms at the hotel.

“It’s very hard,” says father, Ali Sharif Osman.” “We don’t have a cooker, we don’t have a fridge so we have to go out and buy takeaways every day. (Paid for by taxpayers, no doubt).”The hotel is also further from the children’s schools”.

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He says the family used to receive £700-a-week in housing benefit until that was capped. BBC London was told the taxpayer is paying £350-a-night to house his family at the Jury’s Inn Hotel.

Another invoice seen by BBC London shows the bill for a family of four, being housed at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in Kensington came to more than £12,500 for a month. The taxpayer had previously paid just over £3,000 in Housing Benefit for the family’s previous home.

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