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Last night (14 April 2016) Ekklesia was proud to launch our second book Foxes Have Holes: Christian reflections on Britain’s housing need at Manchester Cathedral in partnership with Housing Justice.
A major new book on how to address urgent housing needs across Britain is being published by the think tank Ekklesia.
An Ipsos MORI Scotland for Shelter Scotland shows that 90 per cent of people in Scotland think that the children of today will find it harder to buy or rent a home than the generation before them.
Britain is facing a housing crisis.
Last night, (5 January) the Housing and Planning Bill was debated in the House of Commons, though anybody who wasn't personally involved, or relies on broadcast media for their news, could be forgi
Ekklesia is delighted to announce our latest crowdfunding venture: 'Foxes Have Holes' - a Christian response to the housing crisis.
Of all welfare reform policies, the benefit cap has resonated most strongly with the public, and gained most support from across the political spectrum.
The unquestioning acceptance of, and deference to, market forces may have reached its peak, with an educated young blogger aspiring to have the opportunity to live in a slum, if that's all that mar
Hundreds of thousands of council and housing association tenants in England could face rocketing rents or eviction unless they buy their homes.
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This Christmas time, a new Nativity video is imagining the welcome Mary and Joseph would receive if they arrived in the UK seeking asylum. As...
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