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Protesters have taken part in a mass sleep out across the country against the Government's so-called 'bedroom tax' and other welfare changes.
This picture sent by an activist was reportedly taken in Penzance, Cornwall.
Thousands of people are expected to take part in a "mass sleep out" tonight to protest against the "bedroom tax" and other welfare changes. Protests are due to take place in towns and cities across the UK, including:
Thousands of people are to take part in a "mass sleep out" this evening to protest against the government's so-called 'bedroom tax' and other welfare changes.
The Government's withdrawal of housing benefit from social tenants with spare rooms - officially described as a "spare room subsidy" - is described as a "bedroom tax" by critics.