Calls for London to be rent controlled city

Campaigners say London should be turned into a rent-controlled city, similar to New York. Click here to read more.

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TUC London, East and South East Pensioners’ Network Annual Seminar: Isolation and Loneliness ​​​​​​​

Date: 9 Apr 2019
Time:  10:00 to 15:30
Location:TUC Congress Hous,23-28 Great Russell StreetWC1B 3LS London
Cost: Free
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UNISON AGM, 5th March 2019

12-2pm in the Council Chamber, Waltham Forest Town Hall.  All members welcome.

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Housing crisis drives more than 1m private tenants deeper into poverty

Lack of social housing and rise in universal credit sanctions hit low-income families hardest, report warns.  Click here to read more.

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Minimum wage: Workers underpaid by record £15.6m

A record £15.6m worth of underpayment to UK workers has been discovered by the government in the past year. Click here to read more.

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Waltham Forest in bottom four councils for homelessness

Waltham Forest is one of the worst boroughs in London for homelessness levels and levels of temporary accommodation outside the borough. Waltham Forest is one of the worst boroughs in London for homelessness levels and levels of temporary accommodation outside the borough.   Click here to read more.

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Shoulder to shoulder: Women’s pensions rally

10 October 2018 12:00pm–6:00pm, Reformer’s Tree, Hyde Park, London.  Click here to read more.

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Unions and employers link up to fight for colleges

In an unprecedented move, the employers, all the further education unions in England – UNISON, UCU, GMB, ASCL, NEU and AMiE – and students will join together on 17 October to lobby MPs at Parliament for proper funding for colleges.  Click here to read more.

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UNISON calls for new government inquiry into academy chain accused of misusing public funds

Due to be broadcast tonight, BBC’s Panorama programme looks at Bright Tribe – which runs ten schools in England – receiving funding for work on schools that was either not finished or simply never carried out.  Click here to read more.

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