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Tenants could 'struggle to adjust' to monthly benefit payment, says Winckworth Sherwood

Nikki Lynds-Xavier, a partner in Winckworth Sherwood’s housing department, has expressed the firm’s concerns over a major shake-up of the benefits system in the UK that will see several benefits and tax credits — including housing benefits — merged into the universal credit, which is paid monthly.

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