Jo says, “I am severely disabled and receive Employment and Support Allowance. I live alone in a heavily adapted housing association bungalow, which happens to have a second box room. Wheelchair space is tight. I’m trying to retain some dignity by self-hoisting and being as independent as possible, and I have critical daytime care support. This is far cheaper to the taxpayer than sticking me in an institution, but unless I have 24-hour care, I’m supposed to find the 14 per cent reduction for my Housing Benefit shortfall. If I can’t find it: eviction.”