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Housing staff relive eviction shooting
Front line housing staff shot without warning as they tried to evict a tenant knew ‘practically nothing’ about him after health and safety checks were not completed, a court heard this week.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/01/2014

Benefit cap affects nearly 33,000 British households
Nearly 33,000 households have had their benefit capped in the first seven months of the policy.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

Court orders family to leave gypsy site
A court has ordered a family to leave a gypsy site after setting up an unauthorised encampment.
24 Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

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Mike Owen looks at this week’s PRS eviction of tenants on housing benefit from a legal perspective.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

Jayne Southern wins Golden Lane Housing SPOT Award
Jayne Southern, Customer Services Advisor based at the Head Office in Manchester won the first SPOT (Special Presentation of Thanks) Award.
Golden Lane Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

Benefits Street star Smoggy: 'I've been offered THREE jobs despite being told to do more to find work'
After touching the hearts of the nation, popular Smoggy has been inundated with job offers from impressed would-be employers.
Mirror co uk - Posted 09/01/2014

Thousands call for Benefits Street to be axed
Thousands of people have signed a petition calling for Channel 4 documentary Benefits Street to be axed.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

West Midlands Police response to Channel 4's Benefits Street
Superintendent Danny Long, from Birmingham Police, said: “We have been aware for some time that a production company has been filming in the James Turner Street area of Winson Green on behalf of Channel 4; however we have not been actively working with the makers of ‘Benefits Street’.
West Midlands Police - Posted 09/01/2014

Sixty Icon Metropolitan tenant 'opened fire without warning' at eviction, court hears
A housing officer and a bailiff were shot without warning after being attacked at the scene of an eviction, a court heard on Monday.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

Private landlords mourn MP's death
The Residential Landlords Association has paid tribute to a Labour politician who passed away this week.
24 Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

Help for homeless
A social housing organisation is looking for kind-hearted volunteers to support Reading’s homeless during icy winter nights.
Local Berkshire - Posted 09/01/2014

Benefits Street backlash continues as petition calls for series to be axed
Channel 4 says controversial documentary was fair and balanced amid accusations programme had 'stirred up hatred'.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2014

Channel 4 (@Channel4): Stop broadcasting Benefits Street and make a donation to a relevant charity for the harm caused
On Monday Channel 4 broadcast a programme called Benefits Street. The program tried to show that 90% of people living on the street are on benefits of some sort. Within minutes people took to Facebook and Twitter with comments like "I'd go down this street with a baseball bat".
Change.org - Posted 09/01/2014

Sixty Icon Peers block law on being annoying in public
Peers have vetoed a government proposal under which courts could stop people being annoying in public.
BBC - Posted 09/01/2014

Helen's story – ‘I felt like I was losing my home'
Helen came to Shelter for advice when she was struggling to pay her mortgage. Here’s her story:
Shelter Stories - Posted 09/01/2014

Thousands sign petition urging Channel 4 to drop Benefits Street
Thousands of people have signed a petition demanding that Channel 4 drop the remainder of Benefits Street, a controversial series on the welfare system that has prompted a police probe and hundreds of complaints from viewers.
The Independent - Posted 09/01/2014

Now overseas aid is spent on asylum seekers - in Britain: £10m being used to fund housing and benefits
Millions of pounds from Britain’s controversial overseas aid budget is being diverted to fund housing and benefits for asylum seekers living in the UK.
Mail Online - Posted 09/01/2014

Kingsman Jamie Hancock: Wigan road named after soldier
A new road in Wigan will be named in honour of a soldier from the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment who was killed in Iraq.
BBC - Posted 09/01/2014

Ex-Tiverton mayor Kevin Wilson admits benefits swindle
A former mayor has admitted swindling thousands of pounds of benefits from his own council in Devon.
BBC - Posted 09/01/2014

Sixty Icon Council uses sniffer dogs to tackle drugs and anti-social behaviour
A London borough’s enforcement officers have used sniffer dogs to tackle drug dealing and anti-social behaviour in housing block stairwells.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2014

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