Universal Credit: Charities' disability benefits warning
17 October 2012 Last updated at 14:06 BST
Up to half a million disabled people and their families could lose out under the government's proposed Universal Credit, according to a new report led by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
The Children's Society, Citizens Advice and Disability Rights UK say 100,000 households with children could have incomes reduced by up to £28 a week. They are urging ministers to reconsider their plans.
But the government called the report "highly selective" and said no-one would lose out.
Michael Buchanan reports.