$2 Here, $2 There: Gov’t Ends Small Benefit Cheques In 2015

Two years after abolishing the penny, cabinet proposes to eliminate small benefits payments as an austerity measure. Authorities would not disclose the minimum value of payments that aren’t worth the trouble. It costs the treasury 82¢ to cut a cheque: ‘It’s a common-sense measure’.

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