Posted on December 23rd 2022 by Super Admin
Tagged: In the News

From energy bills to food prices, low-paid workers and their children are being hit the hardest by soaring costs. The problems are particularly acute for those in poor social housing in London, where the cost of nearly everything is higher. This report by CH4 News features an estate in Hackney made up of the working poor, where child poverty is twice the national average. With the help of the London Renters Union tenants are taking action.

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