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One in three working families in England could not afford to pay their rent or mortgage for more than a month if they lost their job, new figures from Shelter has revealed
A Shelter and YouGov poll of over 3,700 private renters has revealed that bad living conditions are rife in rented homes.
The latest government figures show home ownership levels to have collapsed in the last decade, says the housing and homelessness charity Shelter.
New research reveals "a climate of fear" that prevents charities and other voluntary groups from tackling the root causes of poverty.
Research from Shelter reveals than one in 10 renting families have suffered health problems in the past year because their landlords have failed to deal with bad living conditions.
A new study from Shelter shows more than 3 million households across the UK to be living on a knife-edge where a small drop in income could cost them their home.
More than one in three (37 per cent) working parents in England are having to cut back on buying food to be able to afford their rent or mortgage, new research from Shelter revealed yesterday.
Thousands of families across London are stuck in housing limbo for years on end, an investigtion by the housing and homelessness charity Shelter has revealed.
Research from the housing and homelessness charity Shelter found that 48 per cent of working 20 to 34 year olds live with their parents because they are unable to afford to rent or buy their own home.
New research from Shelter shows more than 80 per cent of properties for sale in England are unaffordable for the average working family looking to buy their first home.
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More than a million families with a household income below £30,000 are in extreme debt, and ongoing wage stagnation is making the problem worse,...
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