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Families in London are at the epicentre of the housing emergency
Families in London are at the epicentre of the housing emergency
This London Challenge Poverty Week, we’re taking a deeper look at why the housing emergency in London is so pronouncedand what can be done to…
World Homeless Day: The problem with Covid arrears
World Homeless Day: The problem with Covid arrears
This World Homeless Day (Sunday 10 October), we want to shed a light on the private renters bearing the brunt of the recovery from the…

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A roadmap out of rough sleeping

Lessons to learn from ‘Everyone In’  Today, our research reveals what’s happened to the 37,000 people the government says were helped by its ‘Everyone In’ scheme in England. Following on from the Kerslake Commission report, we hope our evidence will contribute to

MPs sound alarm over legal aid in new report

Cuts to legal aid are leaving renters unable to enforce their rights. Ensuring people can access early legal advice benefits landlords and tenants alike

There’s a strong case for fundamental changes to the civil legal aid system, the Justice Committee has found in its recent report, The Future of Legal Aid.

At Shelter, we’ve seen the devastating impact that the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO) has had on people living in terrible housing situations or … Read more