Comment on: Thank you for helping
thanks. do you mean we've helped you by increasing the amount of people we're trying to evict who are struggling to cope with the benefit cuts?
Comment on: 6,000 people claiming universal credit
that's a hell of a lot of people.
to be fair, as noted above, this isn't about people being poorly trained. This is generally about an unwritten culture, especially in London, where housing workers use any tactic possible to avoid accepting a duty.
Its not that they do not know that the advice is wrong, its that they are gatekeeping on a grand scale. whilst this is clearly wrong in every sense, its also the case that many councils have no housing as the government aren't building any so they are left in an impossible position.
Comment on: Annexes replace B&B stays for homeless
what exactly is wrong with trying to protect the growing number of people forced to rent instead of buy by giving them some kind of protection from eviction?
it works in Germany and means residents have more of a sense of belonging and therefore take more care of their properties
Comment on: Moral dilemma over living wage
Question is, does paying the living wage include contracted staff that do not work directly for a company such as cleaners?
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