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Old 21-12-2015, 01:17 PM   #1
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Unhappy The end of life tenancies for council tenants

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‘Things were bad enough for people in social housing – but they’ve just got a whole lot worse. The government is now ensuring people in council housing will have their tenancies constantly reviewed – at least every five years – and a slight change could see them lose their home.

http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/c...dable-housing/
Sadistic ****!
Another step forward towards The Hunger Game.

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The Conservatives believe fear is a great motivator. You’ll work harder if you fear losing your job. You’ll get a job if you fear losing your benefits. (Or maybe kill yourself.) And so on.

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When the Conservatives argue that council tenants should be no different, plenty of people agree.
http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...costly-mistake
CUNTS!

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Old 21-12-2015, 01:23 PM   #2
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Geezus....

Sadistic ****!
Another step forward towards The Hunger Game.
Yes fear is a natural motivator, and the ptb have always expoilted that vulnerability that we all have.
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Old 21-12-2015, 01:27 PM   #3
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I am seeing the future where most of the youngs will be in a shared accommodation e.g. bunk beds prison style. Just sleep, eat, work, repeat.
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Old 21-12-2015, 01:44 PM   #4
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Considering what the uk gov did to me, i can understand that they are sadistic horrible people.

They have never had anything in common with me, they are sadistic clowns, like op said, running uk. Usa is also like this. Birds of feather flock together, so the vultures those two are, can keep there ideology, and sadistic attitude.

How they have any right to question russia or china on human rights. Joke.
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Old 21-12-2015, 05:21 PM   #5
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Soon you will have a system like USA or Canada. Here we get reviewed yearly and you are moved out when your situation changes. When my children move out, in a year or two, I'm out of this place. The children have to pay rent once they turn 18 (my daughter who is 18 is now ordered to pay half the rent.) They want to push the children out as soon as possible so then they can kick the parents out. Then the disposable parents can die or whatever.
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Old 21-12-2015, 11:29 PM   #6
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Why should local councils be landlords anyway?
Surely a tenants co-op is the way to go?
That way the tenants get to call the shots.
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Old 22-12-2015, 08:51 PM   #7
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See.... We live in the third world.
Braunstone Town family found living in unheated garage
www. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-35158840

I'd imagine, shanty town like ones in Brazil and India will spring up in the UK as well.
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Just wanted to add this URL.

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The Eviction Resistance Network is a diverse alliance of individuals and groups dedicated to keeping people in their homes. We believe that no-one should be forcibly removed from where they live when they have no other adequate housing options.

Our aim is to stand in solidarity with those who are facing eviction and to offer support and advice throughout the eviction process. We believe in the use of nonviolent direct action and support community-led demonstrations against evictions.

http://evictionresistance.org.uk/
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Old 19-01-2016, 03:56 PM   #9
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The Housing Bill marks the end of social housing:


March against the Housing Bill
Saturday 30th January
Imperial War Museum 12pm (Kennington Rd/Lambeth Rd)
March to Cameron’s publicly funded home in
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Although its bad when people are forced to move I can see why it might be beneficial. If you have single people taking up 3 bedroomed houses and families who struggle to find a home then it makes sense to move the single person into a smaller home and give that one to a family.

If you were the person gaining a family home out of the deal then it wouldn't look bad.
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I take it that this refers to England & Wales yeah?
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"Shunting out poor won't solve Auckland's housing crisis"

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/ar...ectid=11577252

People living in state houses or waiting for a state house in Auckland will be financially incentivised to move out of the city.

Paula Bennett, the Social Housing Minister, says Pacific Island tenants could be prime candidates for such a move
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Although its bad when people are forced to move I can see why it might be beneficial. If you have single people taking up 3 bedroomed houses and families who struggle to find a home then it makes sense to move the single person into a smaller home and give that one to a family.

If you were the person gaining a family home out of the deal then it wouldn't look bad.
I totally agree.

I once worked for a guy who's parents died, and the council moved him from the family home that he had lived in for 45 years to a one bed flat. You should have heard his complaints. He actually thought that he should have inherited his parents home, even though they didn't own it. Just weird. He'd lived with them for 45 years and had never tried to buy the house but still thought it was his.

We as a country should be providing adequate housing for our less well off, but we shouldn't be giving a three bed house to an individual. It should go to a family.
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I take it that this refers to England & Wales yeah?
Yes, where else did you have in mind?
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Although its bad when people are forced to move I can see why it might be beneficial. If you have single people taking up 3 bedroomed houses and families who struggle to find a home then it makes sense to move the single person into a smaller home and give that one to a family.

If you were the person gaining a family home out of the deal then it wouldn't look bad.
But this isn't about a single person living in 3 bed flat. That's already been taken care of by bedroom tax. This change apply to anybody who has got the life tenancy of appropriately sized accommodation.
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Yes, where else did you have in mind?
Scotland possibly.
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Scotland possibly.
More info here and links down below.
http://housingactivists.co.uk/

It looks to apply for England and Wales, no mention of Scotland but do check.
http://services.parliament.uk/bills/...documents.html

Housing and Planning Bill 2015-16
http://services.parliament.uk/bills/...dplanning.html
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As if this isn't bad enough, I am noticing so many proposals to demolish housing estates in London....it is shocking.
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I totally agree.

I once worked for a guy who's parents died, and the council moved him from the family home that he had lived in for 45 years to a one bed flat. You should have heard his complaints. He actually thought that he should have inherited his parents home, even though they didn't own it. Just weird. He'd lived with them for 45 years and had never tried to buy the house but still thought it was his.

We as a country should be providing adequate housing for our less well off, but we shouldn't be giving a three bed house to an individual. It should go to a family.
And this is happening all over the country. In a way its selfish for people to hold onto such houses when they only need smaller ones as they are denying a family the chance to live in a larger house.
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But this isn't about a single person living in 3 bed flat. That's already been taken care of by bedroom tax. This change apply to anybody who has got the life tenancy of appropriately sized accommodation.
That's only a relatively new thing though. Even so, if one person has three rooms they are denying a house to a family who might need it. What is more important, the desire of one person to have extra room or the need of a family who will use them?
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