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19 June 2013
Thousands have protested in fury against people being forced out of their homes or robbed of up to 25% of their housing benefit. This is a 'know your rights' guide for campaigners
19 June 2013
As the first evictions related to bedroom tax arrears are heard in the courts, campaigners are organising to beat them, writes Campaign stops eviction in Manchester.
29 May 2013
Feature: Less than two months after being introduced, the bedroom tax is already causing the chaos campaigners predicted it would
22 May 2013
Around 40 delegates gathered at the Unite union building in Liverpool on 18 May to set up a federation to coordinate anti-bedroom tax groups across Merseyside, writes Andy Ford.
15 May 2013
The death of Stephanie Bottrill, who couldn't afford the bedroom tax, is a tragedy made in Westminster by a government that wants to make working class people pay for the economic crisis
13 May 2013
On Sunday 12 May the suicide was reported of a 53 year old woman, Stephanie Bottrill, who killed herself because of the bedroom tax. This is a tragedy made in Westminster by a government that wants to make working class people pay for the crisis of the bankers, the super-rich and the capitalist system they represent.
26 April 2013
Over fifty people attended a lively launch of Salford's newest anti bedroom tax campaign
2 April 2013
Lincoln TUSC held a protest to coincide with the national day of action against the Bedroom Tax
27 March 2013
The Bedroom Tax has rightly sparked a massive and angry response. Nationally an estimated 660,000 will face reductions in housing benefit
9 November 2011
In this article Sinead Daly from Socialist Party Scotland shows how working class families resisted rent rises and appalling housing conditions in Glasgow nearly 100 years ago...
19 October 2011
Stop these evictions: At dawn, riot police breached the perimeter of the Dale Farm travellers' site, demolishing a wall surrounding one of the legal plots and storming through the breach with shields, batons and tasers.
19 October 2011
On Monday 17 October the Dale Farm residents' legal challenges to their eviction from a former scrap yard in Essex reached the end of the line, with Justice Ouseley rejecting challenges to the legality of Basildon council's operation, writes Dave Murray, Basildon.
29 September 2011
The attempt by the local council to forcibly evict Travellers from their land at Dale Farm in Essex has highlighted the issue of Gypsies' and Travellers' rights in the UK
28 September 2011
Basildon council's attempts to evict 86 Traveller families from Dale Farm have been thrown into confusion by decisions of the high court, writes Dave Murray, Basildon.
21 September 2011
The tense stand-off between bailiffs and Dale Farm Travellers and their supporters gave way to jubilation as the High Court granted an injunction
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