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Tenants across England are facing ‘revenge evictions’ just for speaking up about bad conditions, a Shelter study has found.
A new website has been launched to press for better standards in privately rented accommodation in Scotland.
New research from Shelter shows 10 per cent of renters say their health has been affected by landlords' failure to carry out repairs or deal with poor conditions.
Shelter Scotland has called for regulation to ensure responsible letting agents are rewarded and the bad ones are suitably penalised.
A new national campaign aimed at making Scotland’s growing private rented sector fit for families and fairer for all has been launched by Shelter Scotland.
Private tenants and members of ‘Housing for the 99%’ have protested outside the National Landlords Association to call for an end to unaffordable rents.
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