Polly Neate is the chief executive of the housing charity Shelter.
Ten years ago, it is hard to imagine cross-party support for a policy that upset landlords.
The Hackitt Review failed to recommend a ban on combustible cladding.
The government is trying to enforce a benefits cap while cutting funding for Discretionary Housing Payments.
Fears about the future and a lack of housing mean the traumatised are still waiting for a new home.
In Britain, 128,000 children will wake up homeless this Christmas Day.
In some parts of London, one in 25 people are homeless.
Now everyone agrees new council homes are needed, let’s get on and build them.
Living under the shadow of the tower.
The market cannot deliver affordable homes for those whose incomes give them no power or choice in the marketplace.