Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013

All going to plan then Cameron?

BBC: Homeless accommodation: more complaints against councils

In 2012/13, 53,540 households were accepted as being homeless, compared with 44,160 the previous year, the report said.
On 31 March 2013, there were 4,500 households in bed and breakfast accommodation compared with 2,310 on the same date in 2011.
"The use of Bed and Breakfast accommodation is an option of last resort but with council housing waiting lists standing at 1.8 million, local authorities often have little choice but to use temporary accommodation.
"The outdated control of councils' borrowing limits is contributing to this problem. This report highlights why the Government must, as a matter of urgency, lift the borrowing cap which is preventing councils from building up to an additional 60,000 new homes over the next five years."

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1. alan said...

The government are playing a game....they know how to help their BtL friends to suck the blood out of the benefit class (whilst demonising them).

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, discuss the bandits, banksters and brokers who will have taken all that we have got. No dollar, euro, yen or drachma will be left behind. And inflation, deflation and confiscation will take every last nickel and dime. They also discuss Americans turning their bodies into cash machines as they start selling off various organs to make ends meet. In the second half, Max interviews economist and professor, Constantin Gurdgiev, about Bail-Ins, Bail-outs and Troikas. They also discuss ‘second-rate’ Britain and a de-Americanizing rest of the world.

Try it:
http://rt.com/shows/keiser-report/episode-513-max-keiser-492/

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