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Sixty Icon We'll build two new garden cities to tackle the country's housing crisis, says Pickles
Eric Pickles has confirmed that two 'garden cities' could be built in the south east in a bid to tackle Britain's housing crisis.
Mail Online - Posted 20/01/2014

A chancellor who raises the minimum wage can lower it too
The Low Pay Commission is supposed to advise the government on the minimum wage, but George Osborne seems to be taking over the job. This may not necessarily be a good thing.
The Guardian - Posted 20/01/2014

Sixty Icon Exclusive: Labour will make jobless take maths and English tests
Shadow minister tells ‘The Independent’ those who refuse training will lose benefits.
The Independent - Posted 20/01/2014

We want to build 'a garden city or two' says Eric Pickles
The Government wants to build “a garden city or two”, Eric Pickles says.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 20/01/2014

European migrants 'will be denied housing benefit if they are on job-seekers allowance'
People moving to this country from Europe who are unable to find work will be denied housing benefit, according to two senior Conservative cabinet members.
The Independent - Posted 20/01/2014

Labour would make jobseeker's allowance claimants take skills courses
Rachel Reeves to confirm claimants would have to take English and maths courses as condition of getting benefit.
The Guardian - Posted 20/01/2014

Council to report Cameron to UN
Government policies forcing people into poverty, say councillors.
Liverpool Echo - Posted 20/01/2014

London Mayor Boris Johnson warns UK should not 'slam the door' on super-rich foreigners
The London Mayor's remarks came after the Chancellor announced an "oligarch tax" in the Autumn Statement last year.
The Independent - Posted 19/01/2014

Government gives councils almost £7m to help deal with flood damage
The Local Government Authority said the repairs will increase financial pressure facing local authorities.
The Independent - Posted 19/01/2014

It's 'utterly nuts' to deter foreign investors in London, says Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson has warned it would be “utterly nuts” to bring in policies which risk putting off foreign investors to London.
London Evening Standard - Posted 19/01/2014

HCA polishes economic regulations document
The Homes and Communities Agency has updated its ‘Regulating the Standards’ document, giving additional detail on its approach to economic regulation.
24 Housing - Posted 19/01/2014

Sixty Icon Nick Clegg tells David Cameron to be 'honest and upfront' about plans to build new garden cities as green belt land is 'eaten away'
The Government must be 'honest and upfront' about plans to build new garden cities in south east England, Nick Clegg has said.
Mail Online - Posted 19/01/2014

Boris Johnson defends foreign property investors
London Mayor Boris Johnson has said it would be wrong to "slam the door" on wealthy foreigners buying property in the capital.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2014

Call to reduce the number of asylum seekers in Rotherham
The government has asked for a reduction in the number of asylum seekers housed in Rotherham.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2014

Somerset County Council reveals budget plans to save £18m
Up to 100 jobs are to go and £900,000 is to be cut from youth and community services in Somerset as the county council tries to save more than £18m.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2014

Nick Clegg tells David Cameron to come clean on new garden cities
In Telegraph article, Deputy PM says insists that report into viability of building large new settlements to alleviate Britain’s housing crisis will be published by Coalition.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 18/01/2014

Nick Clegg: Garden cities are the answer to a housing problem we can't ignore any more
Partisan politics must be set aside if Britain is to properly address the housing needs of the next generation, says the Liberal Democrat leader.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 18/01/2014

Government must be upfront about garden city plans, says Nick Clegg
Deputy prime minister says green belt is being eaten away and calls for planned cities rather than piecemeal developments.
The Guardian - Posted 18/01/2014

Universal Credit on the Red Button
Information about Universal Credit and finding work is now available by hitting the red button on the TV remote control.
GOV.UK - Posted 17/01/2014

Council attacked on 'lamentable' affordable housing record
A council has been attacked over its "lamentable" record on the supply of new affordable housing by a developer.
24 Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

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