The government's huge shake-up of the benefits system came into effect for a trial run today.
The controversial "benefits cap", in which families can receive no more than £500 a week in state handouts, is being piloted in four London boroughs ahead of its national launch.
The Government say it is an incentive to work, but critics claim it will penalise families in need.
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