'Bedroom tax' concessions

Foster parents and Armed Forces personnel who receive housing benefit will be exempt from the controversial so-called "bedroom tax". It comes after an exemption for families whose children's severe disability means they cannot share a bedroom.

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Government makes concessions over 'bedroom tax'

The government has made concessions over its controversial plans for a 'bedroom tax' that would see some benefits withheld from social housing tenants deemed to have spare rooms.

Families containing someone who serves in the Armed Forces and some foster carers will no longer be affected by the measure.

ITV News Reporter Sejal Karia reports:

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