The so-called bedroom tax, changes to disability allowance, and a cap on benefits - it's all part of the welfare reforms being phased in from next week.
Starting on Monday, some of our poorest households - two million across the country - will be paying more council tax as a result of the changes. That will be around £140 extra a year.
This week, we've been looking at these Goverment reforms - and how they're affecting people. Tonight our social affairs correspondent Christine Alsford talks to senior government minister and Conservative MP for Fareham, Mark Hoban, about why it's happening.
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Fine this evening, then dry overnight with mist likely in places. Sunny spells tomorrow morning with hazy sunshine in the afternoon
A fine and sunny evening, then dry and clear overnight. A sunny start to Monday with hazy sunshine into the afternoon and feeling fresher
The grass pollen risk will rise to very high during warm, sunny weather. Weed pollen will also be airborne