Liberal Democrats have criticised government ministers for failing to stop the so-called 'bedroom tax'.
Party members, gathered at the spring conference in Dundee, called on the coalition Government to defer the under-occupancy rules and reconsider its approach.
Former Lib Dem MSP Robert Brown led the criticism:
I hope that conference will send the clearest of messages to the Government, to Liberal Democrat ministers, that the policy is damaging and unfair.
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