Out of 3,803 Sandwell people affected by the removal of the Government’s spare room subsidy, 2,432 have now fallen into rent arrears.
But the Labour-led council has not yet evicted anyone for falling into arrears as a result of what has become widely known as the bedroom tax.
The numbers of people in arrears and affected by the policy were revealed under the Freedom of Information Act after a request by a member of the public.
Nearly 1,000 problem families have been identified in Brighton and Hove since the launch of a Government scheme nearly two years ago.
The Troubled Families programme was launched as part of a scheme to get children off the streets and to help families get back into work.
According to a Freedom of Information request, the city council has identified 963 “troubled families” in Brighton and Hove and has so far “turned around” 317 of these.
More than a third of all North Wales prisoners are from a single county, latest figures reveal.
There are a total of 857 from the region behind bars at prisons in England and Wales – 308 of which originate from Flintshire.
The county also has the third highest number in Wales – beaten only by Cardiff and Swansea.
The next highest in North Wales is Gwynedd with 163 prisoners followed by Wrexham (129), Conwy (118), Denbighshire (90) and Anglesey (49).
The figures, based on data up to December 31 last year, have been released following a Freedom of Information request to the Ministry of Justice.