Campaigners determined to beat the government's vicious "bedroom tax" said today that they are to stage a demonstration in Leeds on April 20.
Protest groups have sprung up across Britain against the tax which either forces people to move to a smaller home or pay more rent for having a "spare" bedroom.
Public meetings have been held in six Leeds communities by the Hands Off Our Homes group.
Organisers are calling for a campaign of defiance - refusal to move or pay extra rent.
They say defiance could be so widespread that the Labour-run council will be unable to enforce the tax, which will affect about 8,000 Leeds tenants.
"We will take to the streets and we will bring the message loud and clear - Leeds tenants can't and won't pay for this cut in housing benefit and our friends will stand beside us," said Hands Off Our Homes.