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Sixty Icon Take a look inside the asylum seekers' housing block that is cramped, run down and making children ill
Campaigners have warned single mothers and their young children are suffering due to living condition in a Newcastle HMO.
Chronicle Live - Posted 02/01/2018

Revealed: Polish mother lives in a £200-a-week council house worth £1.9m on the same millionaire's row where a £2.2m house is rented for £90 a week to a Somali refugee family
Four-storey, four-bedroom house is home to a family of Somalian refugees. Exclusive London street is home to many council tenants living in multi-million pound homes. Revelation has led to renewed calls for local authorities to review their holdings of property.
Mail Online - Posted 02/01/2018

Archbishop: use new year to focus on compassion, not horror
Communities uniting amid tragedies such as Grenfell Tower fire show there is light in the darkness, Justin Welby says.
The Guardian - Posted 02/01/2018

Grenfell Tower survivors miss out on payment to cover the cost of Christmas
Kensington and Chelsea council have apologised for the error.
London Evening Standard - Posted 31/12/2017

Abigail Housing rescues refugees condemned to destitution by UK law
Volunteers at the member of our appeal charity No Accommodation Network offer refused asylum seekers their last hope.
The Guardian - Posted 31/12/2017

Sixty Icon Housing professionals recognised in 2018 New Year honours
CBEs for chief executive of Northern Housing Consortium and former Peabody boss are among the New Year honours for those in housing.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 30/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council apologises as Grenfell Tower households miss out on extra cash
As 100 Grenfell households spend Christmas in hotels, payout to help with festive costs fails to arrive for 18 families.
The Guardian - Posted 30/12/2017

Housing bosses bag New Year Honours
A current chief executive and a former chief executive receive CBEs for services to the sector.
24 Housing - Posted 30/12/2017

Sixty Icon Tens of thousands of 18-24-year-olds tell councils of homelessness
FoI figures said to be a “serious underestimate” with over 100 councils not responding to requests.
24 Housing - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Housing association salutes key supporter who died on Christmas Day
Tameside Council leader Cllr Kieran Quinn, played a key role in the creation of New Charter and was waiting on its merger with Adactus to create a new 33,000 home association.
24 Housing - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Director of the Year – Nathan Warren, group director, Sanctuary Housing
Every day during the Christmas holidays we profile winners of the recent IoD Director of the Year Awards. Today it’s Nathan Warren, group director of Sanctuary Housing, who won the New Chartered Director award.
Director Magazine - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Attempted suicides by disability benefit claimants more than double after introduction of fit-to-work assessment
Proportion of those attempting to take their own lives soars from 21 per cent to 43 per cent in seven years.
The Independent - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Police 'not equipped' to enforce new domestic abuse laws
Just eight of 43 forces in England and Wales have provided training since controlling behaviour was made criminal offence.
The Guardian - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon 'I just want a job - it's all I want': Foodbank users speak of their desperation this Christmas
People explain why they must rely on handouts to survive.
Cambridge News - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Tilney All Saints man claims state of home is affecting his health
A Tilney All Saints man has claimed a housing association has not prioritised helping him despite him having a number of health conditions.
Lynn News - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon 'The community can never get back to normal': Grenfell faith leaders on the ongoing tragedy
The leaders of three local faith organisations open up about the struggle to help their community after the fire.
The Guardian - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon UK’s poorest to fare worst in age of automation, thinktank warns
Machines threaten jobs generating £290bn in wages and could widen inequality gap, according to IPPR.
The Guardian - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Number of domestic violence victims without legal help soars
Number of victims representing themselves against abusers in family courts has more than doubled since 2012.
The Guardian - Posted 27/12/2017

Somali refugee family of nine pay just £90-a-week to live in the £2.2m London council house they've called home for 15 years
This London council house is worth £2.2million - but the tenants who live there pay just £90 a week.
Mail Online - Posted 27/12/2017

Sixty Icon Homelessness in England rises by 75% among vulnerable groups
The number of homeless cases involving someone suffering from a mental or physical illness has skyrocketed since 2010.
The Guardian - Posted 26/12/2017

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