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19 January 2022

Waltham Forest: Campaign unites families facing eviction

Following threats and evictions of women and their families in Waltham Forest, east London, the trades council's Housing Action Network met on 5 January to discuss the defence of residents who may be forced out of their homes.

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12 January 2022

Energy price crisis: nationalise energy giants to save us from 600 hit

The energy price cap is expected to increase by over 50%

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12 January 2022

Tories concede under cladding pressure but don't go far enough

Tory Housing Minister Michael Gove's recent announcement that he will make the property developers pay for unsafe cladding is in part a response to the scandal that has engulfed the industry post-Grenfell

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12 January 2022

Shameless Johnson partied through lockdown

The proverb 'do as I say, not as I do' could have been written by Tory PM Boris Johnson during the course of the Covid pandemic.

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15 December 2021

Nana's eviction: Community vs heartless Labour council

On 7 December, a bitterly cold and rainy morning, bailiffs left Nana Yaa and her autistic son Jason on the streets with nowhere to go

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8 December 2021

Affordable housing for all

Councils must offer a socialist solution to the housing crisis: The cost of living is going up - you can feel it. Your food bill, your gas bill and electricity bill go up each month. Your biggest expense is almost certainly rent, which is also rising rapidly. Are your

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1 December 2021

East London mass non-payment wins housing victory

The combative residents and residents' association on the Barking Riverside estate in East London have won another victory

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1 December 2021

End fuel poverty

Pensioners and trade unionists protested against winter fuel poverty outside parliament on Friday 26 November

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1 December 2021

Housing campaigners protest CEO champagners

On 25 November, bloated CEOs, senior managers and their hangers-on in the social housing industry attended their annual shindig

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24 November 2021

Slough: Adult service cuts will leave vulnerable homeless

Organised by GMB union, 50 people protested on 16 November against the closure of adult services in Slough

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17 November 2021

Birmingham People's Budget

One Birmingham family - two adults with three children - one with ADHD who needs their own bedroom, are trying to survive in one-bedroom flat

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17 November 2021

London MPs' second home swindle while workers and students struggle

Fourteen London MPs are renting out their homes in London in order to claim rent on their parliamentary expenses

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17 November 2021

Resisting evictions in east London

Already twice we had stopped Waltham Forest resident Nadia Zaman from being evicted (see 'Fighting for a home for Nadia and homes for all' at socialistparty.org.uk)

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17 November 2021

Readers' opinion

As a Yorkshire cricket fan I was appalled that Yorkshire County Cricket (YCC) felt there was no action necessary against the staff and players that its own report found had subjected Azeem Rafiq to racist abuse.

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10 November 2021

75 years after the first new town

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the New Towns Act implemented by the post-war Labour government, when on the 11 November 1946, Stevenage was designated Britain's First New Town.

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10 November 2021

Socialist planning to meet housing need

Over a million households sit on council housing waiting lists, and that's only those who are allowed to join the queue

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3 November 2021

East London gentrification plans exposed

All kinds of old buildings get knocked down, tower blocks are thrown up, property developers rub their hands, and the juggernaut of private profit locks out thousands of poor households from decent truly affordable homes, while burdening others in mountainous mortgage debts or sky-high rents.

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3 November 2021

Tory Universal Credit crumbs no solution to cost of living crisis

The 20-a-week cut to Universal Credit has left 4.4 million households around 1,000 a year worse off.

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27 October 2021

Save Southall youth centre - stop all cuts

Young people, trade unionists and supporters gathered at Ealing Town Hall to oppose the demolition of a youth centre in Southall on 19 October

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