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Out of the three types of government, I think that Capitalism is important. The people are a government's best resource and they deserve to be free. Besides, Russia already tried Socialism and Communism, and guess how that ended? History Class, Teaching History, History Teachers, Political Science, Social Science, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Economics, Economics Lessons, E Mc2

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Understanding the differences between capitalism, socialism & communism (construct is mine @Kay Richards Little Blisters, clip art is other's) #candysores

Figures from charities reveal how people unable to get on the housing ladder are under pressure from overdrafts, loans and arrears in rent New Home Developments, Rent To Own Homes, Office Moving, Social Policy, David Cameron, Woman Standing, Single Women, Paris, Being A Landlord

Tories reject move to ensure rented homes fit for human habitation

Labour amendment to housing bill, aimed at holding landlords to account, is defeated as minister claims it would push up rents

Parents with children aged under two are facing the most striking rise in childcare costs, a survey has found. There have been concerns that the extra cost of providing 30 hours' free childcare for three and four-year-olds has raised costs elsew. Childcare Costs, Julian Castro, Social Policy, Uk Politics, Four Year Old, School Holidays, 15 Years, Pre School, The Guardian

The Tories said they'd double free childcare, but they've actually just cut it

David Cameron had promised to double the number of free hours offered to parents at the general election

Liverpool housing crisis - Only one new home built for every EIGHT arrivals — Liverpool Echo Social Policy, Statistics, Liverpool, Building A House, New Homes, Cabin, House Styles, Outdoor Decor, Cabins

Liverpool housing crisis - Only one new home built for every EIGHT arrivals — Liverpool Echo

Statistics show demand is outstripping supply

okay that sounds reasonable Scrapping the Human Rights Act will help protect your human rights the Attorney General says Jeremy Wright, Human Rights Act, Welfare State, Legal Advisor, Social Policy, Attorney General, Bodies, Acting, Law

Scrapping the Human Rights Act will help protect your human rights, the Attorney General says

Jeremy Wright said the Act was not the same thing as human rights themselves

UK bedroom tax 'could make thousands of poor people homeless': False Economy says severe shortage of one-bedroom properties will hit tens of thousands unless new homes are built Bedroom Tax, Welfare State, Social Policy, Working Class, The Guardian, Sayings, People, Axe, Economics

Bedroom tax: three in four affected have cut back on food, DWP research shows | Society | The Guardian

Homelessness more widespread than official figures show, charities warn - BBC News Welfare State, Social Policy, Bbc News, Charity, Dogs, Animals, Animales, Animaux, Pet Dogs

Homelessness more widespread than official figures show, charities warn

Rising numbers of people are at risk of homelessness in England, but official data does not reflect this, a study by charities says.

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An analysis of the most recent data shows that households in the social housing sector are older, smaller and more British than people might expect Homes England, Welfare State, Social Policy, Social Housing, The 4, The Guardian, Wales, Households, Multi Story Building

Who lives in the 4.1m social homes in England and Wales?

Who lives in the 4.1m social homes in England and Wales? | Housing Network | The Guardian

Bedroom tax bill splits coalition as Lib-Lab pact forces second reading Political Beliefs, Politics, Bedroom Tax, My Spare Room, Uk Board, Welfare State, Social Policy, Suffering In Silence, Social Injustice

'We've had to go without food' – personal stories of the bedroom tax​

'We've had to go without food' – personal stories of the bedroom tax​ | Housing Network | The Guardian

In London, a quarter of a million families wait for a council flat, while blocks such as One Hyde Park are treated as international assets, not somewhere to live One Hyde Park, Richard Rogers, Sou Fujimoto, Welfare State, Social Policy, Financial Instrument, Steven Holl, Renzo Piano, London Apartment

When is a house not a home? When it’s a tax-efficient financial instrument | Aditya Chakrabortty

In London, a quarter of a million families wait for a council flat, while blocks such as One Hyde Park are treated as international assets, not somewhere to live

Do you want to save the planet and your bank account? A team of Australian researchers has developed a new solar paint that could help provide clean and affordable energy for all. Solar Paint, Uk Housing, Pay Off Mortgage Early, London House, Protecting Your Home, West End, House Prices, Being A Landlord, Real Estate

Homes 'too expensive' for Help to Buy Isa scheme

Would-be-homeowners in large parts of England are being priced out of a government scheme to help first-time buyers, a BBC investigation finds.

Almost half of Britain's private wealth owned by top of households Welfare State, Social Policy, Great Britain, Wealth, Household

Almost half of Britain's private wealth owned by top 10% of households

Latest ONS survey covers 2012-14 and highlights gulf between country’s richest and poorest groups

It wouldn’t be much money to a politician. But to the Carmichaels, struggling with Charlotte’s severe spinal condition, it’s a supreme court case against the government Bedroom Tax, Supreme Court Cases, Welfare State, Social Policy, Disabled People, Dracula, Disability, The Guardian, Film

What’s pushing Charlotte and Jayson over the edge? £12 a week bedroom tax | Frances Ryan

What’s pushing Charlotte and Jayson over the edge? £12 a week bedroom tax | Frances Ryan | Opinion | The Guardian