Activists fighting the government's vicious bedroom tax pledged today to hold a Leeds day of action to talk tactics.
On March 16 activists against the tax will meet at the University of Leeds to discuss the most effective strategies for opposing the tax.
They will then spread out into communities across the city, leafleting and talking to social housing tenants who will be hit by the tax.
The bedroom tax financially penalises social tenants whose home is deemed to have more rooms than they need.
They have to either move to a smaller house or pay more rent. The tax will hit an estimated 8,000 people in Leeds.
Organisers said: "We oppose the bedroom tax in principle and in detail. Not one person should be forced to pay it."
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