Organisers say that demonstrations against Government's housing benefit welfare reforms will be "peaceful".
According to a statement posted on Facebook, the leaders of a demonstration in Carlisle say that they aim to create a "family friendly" protest.
This is a family friendly protest. Our wish is to make our voice heard but in a wholly peaceful manner. Anyone with other than peaceful intentions is emphatically not welcome at this demonstration. We anticipate a high proportion of elderly and disabled participants to be in attendance and ask that they be given due courtesy and respect on the day. "
Welfare reforms will cut the amount of benefit that people can get if they are deemed to have a spare bedroom in their council or housing association home. The new measure will apply from April 2013 to tenants of working age.
This week the Government announced exemptions for foster carers and families of armed services personnel.
But they estimate that 655,000 households will have their benefit cut, roughly a third of social sector claimants.
Opponents in Carlisle say it will affect more than 1,000 people in the city.
There are 1,181 families in Carlisle affected by the bedroom tax. This is a cruel measure which we oppose in principle and in detail. As a result, we are organising a peaceful demonstration to send a clear signal to David Cameron that we oppose this measure, and want it scrapped.
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