Housing

Berlin votes to expropriate rip-off landlords

Berliners vote to approve the expropriation of all landlords with more than 3,000 properties.

Workers Power  ·  03 October 2021

Grenfell inquiry proves endemic corruption

Negligence at every step.

Joe Crathorne  ·  24 November 2020

The end of the eviction ban threatens many thousands with homelessness

170,000 private tenants have been threatened with eviction.

George Brody  ·  02 September 2020

Shelter Housing Report Should Be A Wake-Up Call For Labour

Housing charity Shelter has released a report highlighting the dire state of Britain’s housing crisis, which shows Labour’s policy continues to fall short of what is needed

Red Flag  ·  29 January 2019

Housing bosses rake in £100m bonuses

THE HOUSING crisis is reaching new heights after Persimmon Homes bosses share £600 million in bonuses. Young people are struggling to find the money to get on the housing ladder while the chairman of this company gets a yearly bonus of £100 million. While this is going on there are 1000’s of people sleeping on […]

Red Flag  ·  01 February 2018

Corbyn promises immediate action to help record numbers of homeless

AS FIGURES showed rough sleeping in England increased for the seventh consecutive year, Jeremy Corbyn promised a Labour government would immediately buy 8,000 homes to tackle the crisis. Official government data shows that on any given night in autumn last year, 4,751 people were recorded sleeping on the streets, a figure that has more than doubled since […]

Red Flag  ·  01 February 2018

More council homes needed to solve housing crisis

JEREMY CORBYN has said that there is no convincing solution to the housing crisis that “does not start with a new, very large, very active council house building project”. The Tories’ Housing and Planning Bill claims to be a way to help people without homes to find them, and for those living in sub-standard housing […]

Red Flag  ·  01 February 2018

The Elephant in the Council chamber

SOME SOUTHWARK Labour councillors have been halted – if only temporarily – in their quest to turn Elephant & Castle’s dilapidated but community-oriented shopping centre into a mecca for the middle classes. A property developer Delancey bought the site and has applied to re-build it with no adequate plans to relocate existing small traders and […]

Red Flag  ·  01 February 2018

South London campaigners step up housing fight

Saturday saw more than one thousand council tenants and activists march against the Housing Bill and the demolition of the Aylesbury estate in Southwark. We took our protest to Downing Street, as the Bill is debated in the House of Lords. Gathering outside the Imperial War Museum in Kennington, the rally heard speeches from local […]

Red Flag  ·  01 February 2016

Housing crisis is deliberate

Jeremy Corbyn has said that there is no convincing solution to the housing crisis that “does not start with a new, very large, very active council house building project”. On this issue, as on so many others, there is now clear red water between Corbyn’s Labour party and the Tories The Tories’ new Housing and […]

Red Flag  ·  26 January 2016

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