“The government has trodden all over the expectations of citizens that they will be looked after in their hour of need.”
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The prime minister said the proposals would protect tenants from “unfair” and “unethical” practices.
A conservative think tank has suggested Universal Credit should reward job hunters with a cash prize if they are ‘meeting the most demanding conditions’ of job seeking in order to improve the public perception of the welfare scheme.
The Mayor of London is asking the Government to give him the power to combat ever-rising rents in the capital, and is set to work on a blueprint to overhaul existing laws for private tenants.
The Home Office’s hostile environment policy has forced landlords to become border guards and is leading to discrimination.
Philip Alston, the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, has said that the UK government could end poverty if it wanted to.
The Home Secretary has revealed that eight more of the Windrush generation, who were illegally deported from the UK, have died, bringing the total to 11.
The UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights is examining the impact of austerity on poverty and rights in the UK. This should be a wake up call says Imogen Richard-Bishop.
A victim of the Windrush scandal, Sarah O’Connor, who passed away on Sunday September 24, was ‘treated appallingly’ by the Home Office, according to her constituency MP, Margaret Hodge.
Having a place to call home is something many of us consider a right – but is it a reality?