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Theresa May says UK will work towards a 'fairer society' in 2018 as she pledges to stamp out workplace harassment
Mrs May said the new year would see 'renewed confidence and pride' for the UK.
London Evening Standard - Posted 31/12/2017

Sixty Icon Brexit is a 'nationalist spasm': Adonis resigns as infrastructure tsar
Labour peer urges his party to support second referendum as he steps down as chair of national commission.
The Guardian - Posted 30/12/2017

Sixty Icon Tory MP condemns universal basic income 'on moral grounds'
Stumping up for workers made redundant by robots is ‘dangerous nonsense’, says former minister Nick Boles in new book.
The Guardian - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Councils forced to fund emergency help for universal credit claimants
Labour says its findings offer more evidence that the government should pause rollout of new benefit system.
The Guardian - Posted 29/12/2017

Universal Credit Costly For North East Councils
North East councils are having to dig into their own financial resources in order to deal with the roll-out of Universal Credit, Labour has said.
Heart Radio - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon UK metro mayors still don't have the financial muscle they need
They have already made an impact, but metro mayors like Andy Burnham and Andy Street are seriously constrained by Whitehall. They need more resources.
The Guardian - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Rogue landlords targeted by government
Rogue landlords are the target of new measures being considered by both the government and Labour.
BBC - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Universal Credit rollout sees food bank use increase across Yorkshire
Parts of Yorkshire which have introduced Universal Credit ahead of its national rollout are reporting increased food bank use from desperate clients.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Jeremy Corbyn pledges to scrap 'no fault' evictions to tip housing rules back in favour of renters
Exclusive: The Labour leader told The Independent rising homelessness is a 'moral litmus test' for the country.
The Independent - Posted 28/12/2017

Tough new powers for rogue landlords
Government announces a raft of new measures to improve standards for private sector renters.
24 Housing - Posted 28/12/2017

Government drops two flagship housing policies
New plans do not include references to Starter Homes or an extension of the Right to Buy.
24 Housing - Posted 27/12/2017

Grenfell families heartbroken as Theresa May rejects petition to diversify fire inquiry panel
Bereaved families of Grenfell Tower fire victims hit out at Theresa May after she denied their requests to diversify the public inquiry into the disaster.
London Evening Standard - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon Tories drop two flagship housing policies from key strategy document
Exclusive: Plans to build 200,000 homes for first-time buyers and help more people access Right to Buy are excluded from latest plan amid ‘complete rethink’.
The Independent - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon UK cabinet ministers 'concerned over Brexit campaign tax demands'
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove reported to be critical of tax bills, while others deride complaints as ‘bungs’ for wealthy donors.
The Guardian - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon Those responsible for the horror of the Grenfell Tower fire must face trial
If the people who let this fire happen are not brought before a court, there will be no justice for victims and families.
The Guardian - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon UK government taking two months to refund stamp duty
People who buy new main home before selling existing one hit by stamp duty change meant to curb buy-to-let landlords.
The Guardian - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon Sadiq Khan provides funding for veterans homelessness charity
The mayor of London has committed more than £180,000 to help ex-army personnel who are facing homelessness.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/12/2017

Sixty Icon PM turns down Grenfell survivors’ request to recruit extra inquiry members
The prime minister has turned down a request from Grenfell Tower survivors to recruit extra panel members to the inquiry into the fire.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/12/2017

May sees no need for extra panel members on Grenfell Inquiry
In a letter, PM tells Inquiry chair of the need to produce an interim report “as quickly as reasonably possible.”
24 Housing - Posted 22/12/2017

Sixty Icon Londoners face significant rise to council tax bills after Mayor hikes charge by 5.1 per cent to boost police and fire brigade
Londoners face a rise in their council tax bills after Sadiq Khan opted to hike his share of the charge by the maximum amount allowed.
London Evening Standard - Posted 22/12/2017

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