Housing campaigners said today that protests against the coalition's reviled bedroom tax are growing across Britain.
And some councils have pledged not to evict tenants who can't or won't pay the tax.
The bedroom tax penalises anyone in council housing deemed to have more room than they need.
Councils in Dundee and Brighton have said they won't kick out tenants hit by the tax.
Protests have already forced the government to make some minor concessions - exempting foster parents and soldiers' families.
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