There's growing concern amongst people living in social housing in the south west that the so-called bedroom tax will force them to leave their homes.
Under new welfare reforms, from April housing benefit will be cut for people living in houses with spare rooms. The aim is to free up space for people living in over crowded homes. But the rules have been condemned by some of those it's going to affect. Claire Manning reports.
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