What Brick Lane’s Bengali squatters can teach us about gentrification
Fifty years after the squatters’ movement in east London, the Bengali community is once again under threat
I went to a landlords’ conference during a housing crisis. Here’s what I found
With a key tenants’ rights bill set to go before MPs, what is going through the minds of the UK’s property class?
Published in: Home: InvestigationExclusive: 2,300 people died while waiting for a council house last year
Investigation finds underhand tactics used by UK councils to cut wait lists as time runs out for thousands
How Liz Truss made the UK’s rent crisis worse in just 44 days
Social and private tenants are bearing the brunt of the political chaos sparked by the UK’s shortest-serving PM