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St Mungo's highest placed charity in Stonewall's UK gay-friendly employers list
St Mungo's has made it into the top 100 list of gay-friendly employers released today by LGB charity Stonewall, ranking 11th overall, appearing for the third consecutive year and maintaining its position as number one in the third sector.
St Mungo's - Posted 16/01/2014

Retirement scheme resident going digital in Rotherham
A Rotherham retirement scheme resident has become an IT whiz by achieving specialist digital qualifications through a Sanctuary Housing computer initiative.
24 Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Family grieving after death of 11-year-old told: 'Now downsize or be hit with bedroom tax'
A family mourning the death of their young son have been told they will have to downsize or pay the so-called bedroom tax - because they now have a spare room.
Express co uk - Posted 15/01/2014

Fact or Fiction: Kris Hopkins
Apart from the fact that he’s a big help to buy fan, you’d be forgiven for knowing little else about our latest housing minister. But that’s about to change with this month’s Fact or Fiction. Trouble is there’s a spanner in the works. Can you spot the lie?
24 Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Housing officer's visit uncovered tenant's 33-years of domestic abuse
It seemed like a routine visit – an inspection at the West Berkshire home of an elderly couple.
24 Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Reducing waste and raising money
As part of Plymouth Community Homes' aim to recycle as much waste as possible, waste metal from the head office building has been recycled with proceeds given to Plymouth Foodbank.
24 Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Landlords fined after health and safety breaches
Two private landlords have been fined for failing to properly protect their tenants from health and safety risks.
24 Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Riverside named the North West's most gay-friendly housing provider
Riverside is one of Stonewall’s 100 best employers, placed at 61 in the league table compiled by the gay rights campaigning organisation announced today.
Riverside - Posted 15/01/2014

Benefits Street: Comedian Frank Skinner turned down narrating job
Comedian Frank Skinner turned down a narrating job on Channel 4 documentary Benefits Street because he did not want to criticise Birmingham on television.
The Independent - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon New Chief Executive Appointed
Coastal Housing Group has appointed a new Chief Executive to lead the organisation from March 2014.
Coastal Housing Group - Posted 15/01/2014

Wellingborough Homes' FISH shop helps more than 2,000 people conquer debt worth £7.5 million
A free town centre support service set up by Northamptonshire-based Wellingborough Homes has helped more than 2,000 people conquer debt worth £7.5 million since its launch.
Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Universal Credit now on the Red Button
Millions of people who do not have internet access in their homes can now find information about Universal Credit and finding work by hitting the red button on their TV remote control.
Money Advice Service - Posted 15/01/2014

‘Health to Home' Peterborough project will help dozens of homeless people
Health professionals and those working with homeless people in the city welcomed the launch of a new project at Peterborough’s Town Hall on Friday (10).
Axiom Housing Association - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Why good housing helps prevent child poverty
Housing is both a major part of the problem and the solution in stopping the rise in child poverty.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 15/01/2014

A Wii bit of universal credit: games console players get welfare interface
The Department for Work and Pensions has released an interface that allows people to find out information about the troubled universal credit (UC) system on their Nintendo Wii games consoles.
24 Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Strip feckless fathers of benefits, say MPs: Breakdown of families now costs the country £46billion EVERY year
Former minister spoke of damaged caused by collapse of relationships
Mail Online - Posted 15/01/2014

Asylum seekers cost taxpayer £100,000 a DAY: 2,000 refugees with no right to remain in Britain have been claiming handouts and free housing for more than a year
Asylum seekers whose claims failed are entitled to temporary payments while they wait to leave Britain
Mail Online - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Thousands in court for council tax arrears as benefit cuts hit home
Many people who were formerly exempt from paying now face court, as the bedroom tax adds to spiralling debt burden.
The Guardian - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Divorced and separated parents should be open to criticism, say Tory MPs
For the sake of the country, we need to be judgmental about parents who do not stay together, Conservative MPs say.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Scargill used Thatcherite policy in bid to buy London flat
Former miners' union leader Arthur Scargill tried to use laws introduced by Margaret Thatcher to buy a council flat in London, the BBC has found.
BBC - Posted 15/01/2014

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