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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.
Plaid Cymru are launching their local election campaign with a focus on preserving local services and jobs in the face of cuts from central government.
Critics have accused the coalition government's NewBuy scheme of being an irresponsible attempt to entrench unaffordable house prices.
National Housing Federation chief David Orr has produced the most succinct and compelling short rebuttal of the so-called 'bed tax' in the government's deeply flawed Welfare Reform Bill.
The government's overturning of House of Lords amendments to the Welfare Reform Bill was “totally wrong”, says the National Housing Federation.
The government's minister for disabled people, Maria Miller, yesterday reiterated in the House of Commons her oft-made claim that charities back the coalition's welfare reform policies.
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