Facts: Falling house prices have a good side and Uber drivers are not employees.
The uncomfortable truth is that the connection between faith and social action is a powerful dynamic, doing good stuff that otherwise would not get done,
The time now must have come for housing itself to be like gas, electricity and water: A vital utility that is fundamental to a civic, decent, economically productive society.
We always knew it would feel this bad, but all is not lost
Can there ever have been a worse regulated natrual monopoly than land?
How does the labour movement find the right approach to engaging with the concerns of new workers in our new SME-dominated, small state economy?
I drafted this piece just before George Osborne’s recent budget (you can see my piece on that at http://www.cwuyouth.org/view-blog.html?blog_id=417 ). Then other stuff got in the way and it languished on my laptop for a bit. But housing is an issue that never goes away, and the Price Waterhouse report, published yesterday (and reported at … Continue reading “Social Housing is only for the poor” – revealing, unpleasant, counterproductive