So to cut benefits without imposing a means test
is quite honestly the only way the Government can proceed.
Angie McCormack, project development officer for the forum, said England should follow Northern Ireland and get rid of the means test
The Criminal Defence Service (CDS) Bill introduces a new means test
for criminal cases in the magistrates' courts.
Chancellor Gordon Brown's bright young men talk about "the stigmatising means test
In an April 1992 article for The Atlantic Monthly, entitled "The Next New Deal," Neil Howe and I sketched out a proposal for a "global means test
" that, had it been enacted at the time, would have saved $149 billion over five years.
The MUSSS was launched in July 2014 to provide financial support by way of subsidy through a means test
(means-tested subsidy) to Hong Kong students pursuing undergraduate studies in designated Mainland institutions, numbering up to 156 institutions in the 2017/18 academic year.
Wealthy Gordon Brown, when Chancellor, didn't means test
himself when he claimed Baby Bonds for his own children's tax-free trust funds to give them a good start in life at 18.
Many of them have to face the means test
in order to have an extra pound or two to help them out.
The old means test
was a way of assessing how much parents of disabled children need to pay towards housing adaptations.
Any of them who saves now for their old age risks falling foul of the means test
, perhaps marginally, and ending up with nothing to show for their saving.
David Cameron dismissed calls to means test
for free TV licences, bus passes, prescriptions, eye tests and the winter fuel allowance, saying it would produce "only very, very small savings".
Firstly, the means test
should be abolished (following the lead of Northern Ireland).