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Protests against controversial welfare reforms have been held across the region despite assurances from the Government that the most vulnerable will be protected.
Parents of children with disabilities and foster carers have been told they won't be forced to pay extra towards their rent or move to smaller houses once the Government's so-called ''bedroom tax'' comes into force. But some say that the exemptions don't go far enough. Charlotte Wilkins reports.
Some people have learned they will be exempt from the Government's plans for a so-called "bedroom tax" or "spare room subsidy". But for others, the worry continues, Charlotte Wilkins reports.
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There have been protests up and down the country against the so-called "bedroom tax" but what does it actually mean?