Bedroom tax: 'A lot of disabled people are very scared'
Wayne Blackburn and his wife live in a small, social housing bungalow in Nelson, Lancashire.
Mr Blackburn suffers from conditions which severely limit his mobility and leave him in constant pain.
Although their house is classified as a two bedroom property, the second bedroom is principally used to store mobility aids.
The Blackburns stand to lose about £12 per week as a result of the benefit changes and Wayne says he fears whether they will be able to make ends meet.
26 Mar 2013
- From the section UK