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Taxpayer money paid to private landlords doubles over 10 years, reaching almost £10bn
The National Housing Federation calculates that £9.3bn of the £24bn housing benefit last year went to landlords in the private rented sector, up from just £4.6bn in 2005/06.
Housing crisis hits 1960s levels as tenants battle to cope, says Shelter Five decades after Cathy Come Home, charity says that 53% of private tenants are struggling to pay rent.
A Storm of Ignorance
Censoring official advice, stripping the hills and rivers, the government ensures that disasters like the Cumbria floods will keep recurring.
The cost of private rent is out of control
Instead of providing homes for people at rents we can pay, our taxes are subsidising extortionate rents on a massive scale.
There may be flowing water on Mars. But is there intelligent life on Earth?
While we marvel at Nasa’s discoveries, we destroy our irreplaceable natural resources – so we can buy pre-peeled bananas and smartphones for dogs.
Charity gives London’s young homeless tickets to sleep on night buses
Bus tickets distributed to vulnerable rough-sleepers, as official figures show number of new households deemed homeless in England rose by 5%.
Utah is ending homelessness by giving people homes
In eight years, Utah has quietly reduced homelessness by 78 percent.