A father of a disabled boy who will have to pay money back under the "bedroom tax" has hit out at the "dreadful" scheme.
Jimmy Daly from Stoke told Daybreak he was moved into his current two-bedroom home to help him cope with his son's disabilities, but because his son does not live with him full time, Jim has to pay some money back.
"I was moved in here because of his disabilities, and now they're saying because your son is disabled you have to pay this dreadful tax. It's wrong."
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