'Bedroom tax' in the Midlands

Anti-cuts activists will be in Birmingham today, in protest at the Government's welfare changes.

UK Uncut said it will highlight the effect of the so-called bedroom tax, with protesters expected to take beds with them to the demonstrations.

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Anti-cuts protests target 'millionaire misery makers'

Hundreds of people from an anti-cuts group are aiming to bring home the Government's welfare changes to what they describe as 'millionaire misery makers'.

UK Uncut is protesting in Birmingham today against the Government's so-called bedroom tax and housing benefits cap.

The bedroom tax and benefits cap will make hundreds of thousands of people even poorer and homeless as they will be evicted from their homes.

– Rachel Johnson, UK Uncut activist

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