After Grenfell, the government must ensure ALL homes are ‘fit for human habitation’
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After Grenfell, the government must ensure ALL homes are ‘fit for human habitation’

Almost 12 million people, a third of which are families, now live in largely unregulated, private rented housing. Only last year Conservative MPs, many of whom are themselves landlords, rejected a bill that would require landlords to make their properties ‘fit for human habitation’.  After decades of state privatisation and cost cutting, private renters are … Continue reading

Digs’ Message of Solidarity with St Mungos Broadway Workers
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Digs’ Message of Solidarity with St Mungos Broadway Workers

Digs’ members were appalled when we heard that Unite members at St Mungos Broadway (from the Unite Housing Workers Branch) were taking seven days of strike action in defence of their housing association, staff terms and conditions, and union rights, all of which have come under a sudden and vicious attack following a merger. You … Continue reading