The Government has begun backtracking on its controversial plans to cut housing benefit - proposals that have been labelled 'the bedroom tax'.
It says disabled children, foster carers and the armed forces would be exempt from benefits cut if they have a spare room.
But disabled adults will still be affected. Ben Schofield reports.
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