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It won't just be the super rich hit by a mansion tax
How will a government assess whether a house has tipped into the £2m bracket?
The Independent - Posted 06/03/2014

Inflation: The fraud at the heart of our economy that is destroying the middle class
Wages have not kept up with the 67-fold increase in money supply.
The Independent - Posted 06/03/2014

After Benefits Street, it's another round of poverty p**n – with added celebrity
A new BBC documentary looks set to be yet another dehumanising foray into poor people's lives.
The Guardian - Posted 06/03/2014

Old age: the bill for care
According to Age UK, the needs of nearly a million people are not being met.
The Guardian - Posted 06/03/2014

Social care workforce and the 'perfect storm'
The workforce in adult social care is facing particular challenges.
National Care Forum - Posted 06/03/2014

Generation Rent: 4 great things about not owning a home
Home ownership and renting each have pros and cons, but I for one refuse to whinge about not being able to buy a house.
The Guardian - Posted 06/03/2014

Sixty Icon A Day in the Life of Network Stadium Housing Association
I studied History with Spanish at University College London (UCL). Before applying to the Charityworks programme I had had a variety of voluntary and not-for-profit experience.
Charityworks 360 - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Real change needs real protections
Conditions in the private rented sector are worse than any other forms of housing.
Shelter Policy Blog - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon So, what did the #housingday twitter event do?
So, you've done the Twitter event. But how do you measure what kind of impact it had? Here's what he people behind one event to look at what changed because of it. The answers are varied.
comms2point0 - Posted 05/03/2014

Proud to be a Best Company - Lesley Roberts
Last week was one of my proudest as Chief Executive of Wolverhampton Homes.
Inside Wolverhampton Homes - Posted 05/03/2014

Celebrating the third sector
As movers and shakers celebrate Birmingham Day, it’s crucial to remember the vital role the third sector plays in our economic recovery.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Break the cycle
We must increase the quality and number of apprenticeships on offer to young people.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Static incomes widen gap between spiralling energy prices and the poorest households'
Rising prices, static incomes and market failures are forcing low-income households to live in a cold home, cut back on other basic items such as food and get into arrears – just to meet energy costs, as Tom Peters explains.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Post-Crash UK Housing Market Resilience
I think many of us are familiar with the 2007 UK housing market crash.
UrbanMovements - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Immoral or incompetent? With the DWP, it's no longer a choice
What do they think happens when you cut off someone’s source of food, rent and heating for three months?
New Statesman - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon A campaign is born - Colin Wiles
In October 2010, Inside Housing published an iconic front page – The End of Social Housing 1945 - 2010.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Five years on - Jules Birch
On today’s fifth anniversary of record low interest rates all the talk is about how savers have lost out to borrowers. It should also be about renters and owners.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon The importance of affordable homes and the housing market as a whole.
The Lyons Housing Review calls for a significant increase in the number of new homes being built.
Homeless Link - Posted 05/03/2014

Opinion: Midlands should celebrate economic recovery but homelessness continues to rise
With business leaders getting together in London today (Wednesday 5 March) for the second ever Birmingham Day, it’s crucial that the contribution the city’s charities make to our economy is also highlighted.
24 Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Why do so few graduates ever consider a career in housing?
Housing offers good prospects and social purpose, yet even in a recession few graduates have even heard of the sector.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 05/03/2014

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