Campaigners are taking to the streets today to protest against the government's spare room subsidy, also known as the bedroom tax.
In Norwich city centre activists set up a 'sleep in' on the pavement.
It's a year since the so called bedroom tax was introduced.
It reduces housing benefit for people with a spare bedroom. Protestors say it's led to a rise in rent arrears, and even evictions.
The government say the spare room subsidy is necessary to reduce the welfare bill.