A squeeze on housing benefit will force many of the poorest into smaller and more crowed accommodation.
Housing benefit will be capped at £280 per week for two bed properties and £400 a week for four bed houses.
This is less than the rent for the average working class home in parts of London and some other cities.
Unemployed people face a 10 percent cut in housing benefit after 12 months from April 2013 under plans hidden away in the budget report.
Nadine Dorries threatened an assault on its very existence
A long-running battle goes on at Actavo
The workers are fighting a Lib Dem council