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Homes, Not Housing.

During the 1980s and 1990s, the then Conservative Government placed unemployed people and families in Guest Houses and Bed & Breakfasts. This fast became the norm with them, despite it costing much more than paying rent. The shortage of housing,

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Housing

95% mortgages may help some people – which is great – but it is a relatively small step in trying to solve a huge problem. I feel that many people, including the Cabinet and many members of the Government have

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Who Benefits?

I am, personally, repulsed by David Cameron’s welfare reforms, benefit cuts and housing benefit caps. I simply cannot understand how any caring, humane human could possibly support and agree with such policies. I must make it clear that I say

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