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A woman who launched a maternity leave discrimination case against a housing association has decided to settle with the landlord rather than appeal.
Strong rental demand is leading to the buoyant recovery of the buy-to-let sector with a 19 per cent surge of loans advanced in the second quarter of this year to purchase these types of property.
A housing association is highlighting the issues faced by the armed forces trying to get back into civilian life through a series of exhibitions.
- Heat pump users can save '£3k a year'
- ALMO gets tough on untidy gardens
- Scotland secures £3.5m extra for DHP
- Hanover appoints new CEO
- Welfare reform 'threatens winter shelters'
- Universal credit roll-out continues
- Charities mapping out crisis loan availability
While the No Second Night Out scheme might be a positive result of the London mayor’s pledge to end rough sleeping, he still needs to do more to get anywhere near to achieving his goal
Hungary has just criminalised homelessness – a wise idea?
Wherever pregnant women originally come from should be afforded the best medical care they can get in this country
- Out of the cold
- Homeless state
- Feeding the poor
- Squatters' rights
- Suicide watch
- On banning soup runs
- Targeting homelessness