Teachers are living in sheds, cars and using food banks, charity says
Number of applications for housing support increases by 67 per cent in two years
Why we need to stop using the word ‘homeless’
All of us are complex and unique individuals – yet we reduce rough sleepers' identities to nothing with a single, heavily loaded word.
How women are being locked out of England's housing market
'Women are likely to find themselves unable to afford a home of their own if that relationship breaks down. Not surprisingly the majority of statutory homeless people are women,' says report author
Flats with Grenfell-style cladding 'causing relationship breakdowns'
Residents in blocks wrapped in now-banned material suffering from depression, anxiety and insomnia, according to report by UK Cladding Action Group
Londoners to be told to shut windows due to air pollution
‘There’s a failure to understand the real impact of air pollution on health,’ says campaigner
Britons need to go on nine dates before they commit, finds study
And while a quarter believe they have experienced love at first sight, more than one in 10 think it takes a least a month before love blossoms
'Young people should get government loans to pay for house deposits'
Housing and Finance Institute puts forward initiatives to increase number of homeowners