Next Online Organising Meeting – 4th July 2020, 11am

Our next organising meeting is Saturday 4th July at 11am via Zoom.

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Get in touch if there are housing issues we can help with, or if you 
need a hand. Tenants are at the front end of this crisis. Millions are broke, 
insecure and hungry, as inequality is aggravated by the health and 
economic crisis. 

We want to step up pressure for Government action to stop a wave of 
evictions, suspend rents for those losing income, pay housing and other 
benefits from day one, and start work to create 100,000 new council 
homes.  The Prime Minister is promising more investment in public
infrastructure – but still leaving council housing off his list.  We
will work out ways to step up the pressure for investment in new and
reclaimed council homes.

The action points from our last meeting are here:

We’ve urged the Labour Party to continue their pledge to reform national housing policy on Labour’s policy forum:
https://www.policyforum.labour.org.uk/commissions/homes-for-all

And can you help ensure Bangladeshi tenants see this survey about why 
COVID is having such a damaging impact on their community:
https://www.britbanglacovid.com/2020/06/function-var-qsjsqsddocument-gid_11.html?m=1&fbclid=IwAR0–F9fs32Srq9JZcrRCuuNhkVbxLIJtA8dBl5lMRTRafQOITEKF9sSm1Q

Our survey has confirmed how tenants, and especially private 
renters and those who are ill, are struggling.  You can see the initial 
results here: 
http://www.axethehousingact.org.uk/uncategorized/our-survey-confirms-covid-impact-on-tenants/