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Theresa May declares 'personal mission' to fix housing crisis
The PM promises to "restore the dream of home ownership" - but Labour says she has "no plans to fix the housing crisis".
Sky News - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Theresa May could lose half of London councils in Spring elections, reveals Tory election expert
Exclusive: Tories face 'fight of their lives' in local elections, warns party's poll expert
London Evening Standard - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Labour warns stamp duty cuts will fuel surge in house prices as Theresa May says 16,000 have already benefitted
PM to hail 'immediate impact' of attempt to woo younger voters.
Huffington Post - Posted 03/01/2018

Conservative stamp duty reforms support thousands onto the housing ladder a week
Stamp duty cuts announced in the Budget are helping 4,000 first time buyers a week to get on the housing ladder, Theresa May has revealed.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 03/01/2018

Theresa May heads to Wokingham to promote stamp duty holiday for first-time buyers
The Prime Minister will today head to Wokingham to promote her government's decision to cut stamp duty for first-time buyers.
City A.M. - Posted 03/01/2018

PDF: Housing costs in Universal Credit
The Welfare Reform Act 2012 and associated regulations provide for the replacement of a number of benefits, including Housing Benefit, with a single monthly payment of Universal Credit (UC).
Parliament.uk - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Housing costs in Universal Credit
This Commons Library briefing paper explains the key differences between assistance with housing costs under the Housing Benefit regime and under Universal Credit. The paper considers evidence of the impact of claiming housing costs under UC to date and the Government response.
Parliament.uk - Posted 02/01/2018

PDF: Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Anti-social behaviour powers - Statutory guidance for frontline professionals
The Home Office published statutory guidance in July 2014 to support the effective use of new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour that were introduced through the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.
GOV.UK - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Labour must promise ballots over regeneration
The Labour Party has launched an online survey about the state of social housing in Britain.
Socialist Worker - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Speculation suggests creation of Secretary of State for Housing
The idea of a distinct cabinet post for housing rumoured amid reports of the PM preparing a major reshuffle.
24 Housing - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Real Estate Sector Report
This is a report for the House of Commons Committee on Exiting the European Union following the motion passed at the Opposition Day debate on 1 November, which called on the Government to provide the Committee with impact assessments arising from the sectoral analysis it has conducted with regards to the list of 58 sectors referred to in the answer of 26 June 2017 to Question 239.
Parliament.uk - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Councils set aside millions of pounds to support struggling UC claimants
Figures released over Christmas further expose the hardship and distress caused by welfare ‘reform’.
24 Housing - Posted 01/01/2018

Sixty Icon Top Tories 'saw social housing as toxic'
Former civil service head Bob Kerslake says Theresa May has “not grasped” the scale of what is required to tackle the housing crisis.
24 Housing - Posted 01/01/2018

Theresa May: We will feel renewed pride in 2018 with Brexit progress
The PM gave an upbeat assessment of the coming year.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 01/01/2018

Sixty Icon Labour could be tearing ahead in polls if everyone sharing party's values were willing to vote for them, finds survey
Exclusive: Think tank says research shows potential support untapped by Labour.
The Independent - Posted 01/01/2018

Sixty Icon Hammond relying on household debt to hit targets, says McDonnell
Labour frontbencher says millions of families are seeing earnings squeezed so that chancellor can pretend to meet targets.
The Guardian - Posted 01/01/2018

Paying fair share of tax is moral imperative, says Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn defended Labour’s plans to hike income tax for the wealthy.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 31/12/2017

Sixty Icon Britons will feel pride in 2018, says Theresa May
Britons will feel "renewed confidence and pride" in 2018, Theresa May has said in her new year message.
BBC - Posted 31/12/2017

Review: 2017 for Redditch's local authorities marked by cuts in services and hikes in council tax
The year for local authorities across the country has been marked by cuts in services and hikes in council tax.
Redditch Standard - Posted 31/12/2017

Reading campaigners urge Housing Minister Alok Sharma to scrap 'bedroom tax'
A petition with more than 1,300 names has been handed to Reading West MP Alok Sharma.
Get Reading - Posted 31/12/2017

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