From today, thousands of social housing tenants will have their benefits cut if they are deemed to have a spare room. It is part of a raft of welfare reforms which critics have dubbed a bedroom tax.
Bryan Tudor and his wife Elaine live in a three bedroom house in Kidderminster. He suffers from a number of health conditions, including problems with his heart and kidneys. Mr Tudor says he will have to pay an extra £50 a month. He believes people with disabilities are being hit the hardest.
Protests will take place across cities in the Midlands against the government's "bedroom tax" which will affect thousands of households.
A Midlands council is drawing up a petition against the so-called "bedroom tax", saying it will hit more than 6000 of its tenants.