The Radical Housing Network has responded to Prime Minister Theresa May’s conference announcement on housing with a scathing review: May is pumping £10 billion into a housing policy that worsens the housing crisis: Help to Buy has kept house prices high, provides subsidies to a small number of people, and does nothing to address the
Students at Kings Hall Road halls run by the University of Sussex have forced the institution to meet all their demands after just four days.
Today a High Court judge ruled that detaining and deporting of homeless EU migrants is illegal.
Freedom correspondent Louis Further rounds up the latest efforts of the US State to bolster polluting and violent industries at the expense of all.
More than 200 workers at the flagship rail construction project have downed tools today in solidarity with more colleagues who have been sacked and locked out.
Privatisation has many faces.