People in towns and cities across the West Country gave up part of their Easter weekend to protest against the so-called, "bedroom tax" which takes effect next week.
Under the Government rules, more than half a million social housing tenants, deemed to have a spare bedroom, will have their benefits cut.
Wesley Smith reports:
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