A KEMSING man has died battling red tape while struggling to recover from a series of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.
Julian Little, 47, was reeling after he faced the Government’s new bedroom tax even though his spare room had been converted into a dialysis facility by health chiefs.
He feared he would have to slash his household bills by 30 per cent to make up the shortfall in his income because the authorities still viewed his bungalow in Norman Close as having two bedrooms.
He told the Chronicle that moving to a smaller property would not be an option because the needed room for the medical equipment. He said: “Put simply, if I downsize, I die.”
Just days later he passed away.
His wife Melissa, 42, said: “He wasn’t well and his death was complicated.” She said she did not know if the…
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