Tuesday, Apr 28, 2015

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Guardian: UK housing crisis 'in breach of human rights'

The UK is in breach of its own United Nations human rights commitment to provide people with adequate homes because the housing crisis is so serious, a consortium of leading housing charities has warned. They cite soaring housing rental costs, unhealthy conditions in homes, and rising levels of homelessness and warn of “profound issues of lack of supply, increasing housing costs, lack of security of tenure and homes of such poor quality that they are unfit for habitation”.

Posted by quiet guy @ 02:41 AM (3864 views)
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1. khards said...

Easy problem to fix without spending any money. Pass en emergency law allowing people to live in mobile homes on their own land and build houses on their own land.

Housing crisis fixed overnight, landlords and banks bankrupt overnight.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 08:08AM Report Comment

2. nickb said...

No Khards,
the answer to every problem is to build more... more of the same... then the gravy chain of landowners and banks and agents can all get their "cut".

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 01:14PM Report Comment

3. mombers said...

All the more reason to get rid of this Human Rights nonsense, eh? Let them eat cake.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 09:59AM Report Comment

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