MS sufferer: I'll need to find an extra £100 a month

MS sufferer Alyson Fletcher has lived in her home in Dunstable for 47 years but she said she will need to find an extra £100 a month when the Government's so-called 'bedroom tax' is introduced.

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Alyson Fletcher has lived in her home in Dunstable for 47 years Credit: Daybreak

Speaking to ITV's Daybreak she said if she had to move again and make modifications to her next home she would be looking at a cost of "around £17,000".

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Protests against 'bedroom tax'

Campaigners against the Government's controversial changes to housing benefits - dubbed 'bedroom tax' - have taken to the streets across the UK in protest.