Protesters in Nottingham have spoken out about why they decided to take part in a nationwide protest over the so-called 'bedroom tax'.
Among those who camped out in the city centre was Stewart Halfonty, who said he believes the housing stock needs to be replenished rather than "kicking people out of their homes".
Campaigners who are against the so-called 'bedroom tax' have staged a mass sleep out in Nottingham.
It is part of action which took place across the UK last night.
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