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The UK’s homelessness cycle

Siddiq Fazaluddin

Posted by Siddiq Fazaluddin | Associate
On 8th March 2017

Recent statistics revealed that more than 4,000 people a night have been sleeping rough on England’s streets, a 16% increase on last year.

The figures are fuelled by cash-strapped local authorities whose modus operandi is to find different ways in which to deny their duty of care wherever possible.

A homeless person typically falls into one of three categories:

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Boys don’t cry

Jack Williams

Posted by Jack Williams | Paralegal
On 6th March 2017

There is no doubt that awareness must be raised about the rise in domestic violence reports made in the UK, but it is often forgotten that it is not only women that are affected by this traumatic experience. In a recent report released by the “Office for National Statistics”, it has become apparent that there has been an 80% increase in the number of domestic violence reports made by male victims to the Metropolitan police.

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House of Cards

Arjun Jethwa

Posted by Arjun Jethwa | Solicitor
On 17th February 2017

With a demand for lower rent and affordable housing, it has become apparent that sacrifices by Housing Associations have been made in the maintenance of current property standards. It appears that they are reacting to the hand that they have been dealt as a result of government policy. As ever tenants will be left in difficulties.

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