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Daily Mail: Stay-at-home mums' Budget concerns

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MEDIA: Emily Davies Daily Mail Tue 11-Mar-14 13:23:14

In preparation for the Budget next week I need to speak to different sorts of families about how the Budget will affect them.

I’m looking to speak to stay-at-home mothers who are willing to speak about their family’s financial situation and how the Budget will affect them. The sorts of things that might crop up are the cost of living, childcare vouchers for the working parent and what they are entitled to in child benefits.

I would need to know some sensitive information, for example their partner’s salary and the benefits that they are entitled to.

Any case studies must be free to be photographed sometime this week and to speak on the phone on the afternoon of Wednesday March 19. They must be happy to discuss their financial situation and can be offered £150 on publication.
Please contact me at with a contact telephone number.

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