'Bedroom tax' in the Midlands

Anti-cuts activists will be in Birmingham today, in protest at the Government's welfare changes.

UK Uncut said it will highlight the effect of the so-called bedroom tax, with protesters expected to take beds with them to the demonstrations.

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Mother on "bedroom tax": "It's going to have a big impact on us"

Wendy Morrison, from Aspley in Nottingham, has told ITV News Central that the new so called "bedroom tax" will have a big impact on her family.

She lives in a council house with her 12-year-old daughter and says she'll have to pay an extra £650 a year and may also have to consider moving house.

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