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Social Policy Research Unit, University of York. 2012, .

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Bradshaw, JR 2012, Benefits uprating and living standards: discussion piece on SPRU blog. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York.

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Bradshaw, J. R. (2012, Dec). Benefits uprating and living standards: discussion piece on SPRU blog. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York.

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Bradshaw JR. Benefits uprating and living standards: discussion piece on SPRU blog. 2012.

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Bradshaw, Jonathan Richard. / Benefits uprating and living standards : discussion piece on SPRU blog. 2012. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York.

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