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Sixty Icon Grenfell fraud accused 'was in Sutton on night of fire'
A woman accused of posing as a victim of the Grenfell Tower fire was in her south-west London flat on the night of the tragedy, a court has heard.
BBC - Posted 14/03/2018

Grenfell fraud accused is greedy and manipulative, court told
Joyce Msokeri allegedly filled a room at the Hilton Hotel with goods intended to help the victims of the tower block fire.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 13/03/2018

Sixty Icon Call for churches to house rough sleepers
Archbishop of Canterbury believes churches should return to roots as havens in offering social engagement.
24 Housing - Posted 13/03/2018

More than half of millennials aged 25 to 35 claim to be suffering from a 'quarter-life crisis' over job and money woes
Six in 10 millennials claim to be suffering from a 'quarter-life crisis', according to a study.
Mail Online - Posted 13/03/2018

Sixty Icon Shops, cafes and round-the-clock care: life in a ‘dementia village’
Can the planned development in Kent, modelled on the Dutch example of Hogeweyk, improve its residents’ lives?
The Guardian - Posted 13/03/2018

Sixty Icon Domestic Abuse Awareness Films Launched By Yorkshire Coast Homes
Scarborough based housing provider Yorkshire Coast Homes (YCH) has teamed up with Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS), whose central office is in York, to produce a pair of films aimed at raising awareness of some of the domestic abuse issues that are prevalent in our communities.
24 Housing - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Increase in social deprivation hits tens of thousands of children in UK
Hundreds of thousands of children and their families in some of the UK’s largest cities are suffering from staggering levels of social deprivation.
World Socialist Web Site - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon From the frontline - Rachel Marsh
Rachel Marsh, business improvement manager at Hyde, talks about the value of doing things differently and the challenge of saying no to office treats.
Inside Housing - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Part of the family’: the strangers brought together by sharing a home
From connecting with refugees to providing company, this is what living together looks like.
The Guardian - Posted 12/03/2018

'We fear benefit changes could lose our disabled sister her home'
Life began at 40 for severely learning-disabled Colleen say her sisters, when she moved into her own home.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Millions of families on brink face deepest benefit cuts in years
New study confirms that the poorest are being hit hardest by continuing austerity.
The Guardian - Posted 11/03/2018

‘We’re not scroungers’: Campaign seeks to challenge negative stereotyping of social housing
Social housing tenants are falsely and unfairly portrayed as 'benefit scroungers' in the national media, say campaigners.
Welfare Weekly - Posted 11/03/2018

Anger as housing company snubs GP's plea for carer to be moved closer to her unwell parents
The Gateshead Housing Company said Elsie Buckle is too young at 56 to be considered for a move.
Chronicle Live - Posted 11/03/2018

Charity fears rough sleeper rise as they fight to get people off streets
Emergency beds at St Martins Housing Trust to help bring rough sleepers out of sub-zero conditions were full last week as the charity warns a “perfect storm” will lead numbers on the street to rise.
EDP 24 - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon Prue Leith Branded 'Heartless' Over Controversial Housing Debate On 'Question Time'
Prue Leith has been branded “callous”, “heartless” and “lacking in empathy” after making a controversial appearance on ‘Question Time’.
Yahoo News - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon 'I'm quite happy to be a stopgap': life in a boomerang household
A quarter of young adults in the UK live with their parents. Three families talk about the effects.
The Guardian - Posted 10/03/2018

Renters and home owners asked how housing complaints system could be improved
A body which resolves consumers' gripes wants to hear from renters and home owners as it looks at how complaints handling in the housing sector could be improved.
AOL - Posted 10/03/2018

Here is what is being done to tackle rough sleeping in Norwich
“I hope you don’t think I’m rude. I’m sleeping around the back of Jarrold. I’ve slept by the flyover, all over. I’m trying to get enough money for a hostel.”
EDP 24 - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon 'Social housing tenants are NOT benefits scroungers'
A campaign has been launched to change the public perception of people living in social housing.
The Sentinel - Posted 10/03/2018

Protesters disrupt council meeting over Stratford mother being evicted to Birmingham
A mother who lives in Stratford is being offered new council housing - in Birmingham.
Newham Recorder - Posted 10/03/2018

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