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A mum from Thame whose husband's brain damaged and blind after a rugby accident has just a week to get more than 30 thousand signatures on a petition against benefit cuts.
Tamsyn Wood relies on the money since it happened. She now wants to get 100,000 people to sign a petition by the end of the month after the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced an extra £10 billion of welfare reductions - but only has 65,000 so far.
She's now working with charities to try and get more people.
You can find the petition at: http://blog.babyhuddle.com/2012/10/shouting4tamsyn/
Tamsyn also writes blogs about her experiences looking after her four children whilst her husband Alex gets treatment. You can find them at: http://manic-mums.blogspot.co.uk/ or on the website for Alex: http://makingwavesforalex.co.uk/