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Homelessness protest, photo Paul Mattsson

Homelessness protest, photo Paul Mattsson

23 November 2011

Con-Dems worsen the housing crisis

It isn't surprising that the Con-Dems fear that housing is becoming a toxic issue. New housing proposals, announced on 21 November, are woefully inadequate. They come nowhere near reversing earlier cuts...

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16 November 2011

Poppy mania for bosses...

To cheers from the press, David Cameron and Prince William intervened so the England football team could wear the poppy during their match against Spain...

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Steve North addressing a rally against the closure of Lancaster House, Salford, photo Hugh Caffrey

1 August 2011

Marching to save supported accommodation in Salford

Lancaster House provides supported accommodation for hundreds of young men. It now faces closure.

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6 July 2011

Leaked memo shows government lied over its homeless policies

Welfare cuts could make 40,000 homeless according to a leaked letter sent on behalf of Eric Pickles by his private secretary to the prime minister on the planned benefit caps

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Housing: homeless person, photo Paul Mattsson

Housing: homeless person, photo Paul Mattsson

22 June 2011

Housing crisis

Con-Dems are presiding over a growing social catastrophe: The latest government figures show that the number of people approaching their council as homeless is 23% higher than at the same time last year, writes Paul Kershaw.

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23 September 2009

Threat to Coventry homeless

COVENTRY SOCIALIST Party councillor Dave Nellist has warned that council budget cuts for Coventry's leading homelessness charity will see more people sleeping rough in that city from next month...

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6 September 2007

The growing wealth gap

The Super-Rich, the owners of Britain's industrial and financial giants, are getting enormously richer while workers are more and more forced to take industrial action merely to defend their pay, pensions and conditions...

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31 May 2007

Defend and expand public housing

Housing crisis deepens: Government minister Margaret Hodge created a furore in the press when she stated that 'indigenous families' should be given priority for social housing above 'new migrants'...

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7 February 2007

Tenants pay when things go wrong

SOCIALIST PARTY members are actively involved in the campaign by tenants of Peabody Housing Trust to stop it selling off 1,100 homes on the open market...

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22 November 2006

Homelessness: Privatising the problem

THE BBC launch their homelessness season this week to mark the 40th anniversary of the famous TV drama Cathy Come Home...

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1 June 2006

Brazil: Hundreds killed by brutal military police

BRAZIL'S HATED Military Police (PM) had a brutal response to the violence unleashed by the Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) in So Paulo on 12 May (see last week's the socialist), writes Tony Saunois, CWI, Brazil.

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16 February 2006

The housing scandal

JEREMY SANDFORD'S drama, Cathy Come Home, about a young family who slide into homelessness and poverty was a defining moment in 1960s television, demonstrating how far drama could influence the political agenda...

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17 January 2003

Domestic Violence: Don't Let New Labour Renege On Their Pledges

THE GOVERNMENT have announced a 'new campaign' to reduce the number of women and children made homeless through domestic violence, writes Eleanor Donne (national chair Campaign Against Domestic Violence).

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14 December 2001

Homeless Headcount Farce

IT'S CHRISTMAS so once again well-heeled politicians are scrambling for that photo opportunity with the homeless, writes Steve Nally, London homelessness worker.

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