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More than 75,000 children in Britain will wake up on Christmas Day without a home, warns the housing and homelessness charity Shelter.
A new poll reveals that around 1.6 million people aged between 20 and 40 are living with their parents because they cannot afford to rent or buy a home.
More than 80 clergy and church representatives are joining together to attack the deepening crisis of affordable housing in London.
An investigation carried out by Shelter has found complaints about landlords to local councils have increased by 27 per cent in the last three years.
Private tenants and members of ‘Housing for the 99%’ have protested outside the National Landlords Association to call for an end to unaffordable rents.
Leading housing groups have warned that the Government is failing to tackle the country’s growing housing crisis.
Bristol is facing an epidemic of homelessness fuelled by housing benefit cuts. That’s according to campaigners in the city who are planning a ‘Poverty Hearing’.
Romania must close the legal loopholes that affect the housing of some of the country’s most marginalised groups, Amnesty International has said in a new briefing.
Newham Council has written to housing associations across the country, including one in Stoke, in an attempt to find accommodation for the 32,000 families on its housing waiting list.
Britain’s housing market is failing to meet the needs of older people - despite a rapidly ageing population and a growing demand for retirement housing, says a new report from Shelter.
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