DAVID Cameron deserves at least half a cheer for transferring the revenue saved by housing benefit cuts to working families.

To get three cheers, Mr Cameron would have to restore the Fair Rent Act that worked well for 80 years and would save the taxpayer £20b a year.

Subsiding landlords may be popular in some quarters, but not to the majority of the hard-working people in the UK. Do this, Mr Cameron, or the voters will sooner or later find someone who will.

GLYN LIMMER Roosevelt Road Long Hanborough