MP urges U-turn on 'bedroom tax'
A CITY MP has called on the Government to backtrack over its controversial "bedroom tax" plans.
Thousands of low-income families across Notts will be forced to pay more rent or move out of their homes when it is introduced on April 1.
Under the plans, according the National Housing Federation, 10,914 people in the East Midlands will lose an average of £512 a year in Housing Benefit if they have one "spare" bedroom in their council or housing association home and £916 a year if they have two or more.
Graphic showing how many people could be affected and how much money they could lose.
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