The residents of Brithdir Mawr have to raise over a million pounds if they hope to continue the 25-year-long legacy as one of the first self-sustaining, low impact communities.
Many claimants are being left with less than £100 a month to live on.
The Dublin Regulation, which enables family reunification, will no longer apply to the UK after October 31st.
“There’s a particular dynamic at play in the fringe. It’s the extra vulnerabilities of the late-night shows, the lack of paid transportation home late at night.”
Public toilets seem like an obvious cut that councils could make to help tighten their belts at times of austerity, but it’s having an adverse effect on pregnant, disabled and mentally unwell people.
Home secretary Priti Patel has been labelled a “slum landlord in chief”.
“An interest-free business loan would help turn someone who is running a business as a drug dealer, which does take some business sense, into something with a better purpose.”
“Something has gone very wrong with our housing system when children are growing up in B&Bs, shipping containers and old office blocks.”
“Instead of investing in a public health approach to violent crime, the Home Office have opted for yet another crude, offensive and probably expensive campaign.”
The activist is challenging the Supreme Court’s “failure” to recognise his human rights in the case.