For the first time in years, housing is a top five issue for voters
Official figures show Britain now has more than 3m ‘boomerangers’, and it’s getting worse
Plus, househunter numbers up, house supply down, and latest mortgage figures
The Local Government Authority said the repairs will increase financial pressure facing local authorities
Asylum seekers are being crammed into overcrowded and substandard accommodation by G4S and Serco, according to a watchdog.
Up to 40,000 people could have been wrongly identified as eligible for the so-called “bedroom tax”, according to a report.
Families will be hit by the bedroom tax if a room remains unoccupied for just three months after the death of a family member, bereavement charities have warned.
The new year is starting with a bang with the number of experts expecting prices will continue rising at a 14-year high
Nationwide warns affordability may become 'stretched' if demand continues to outstrip supply
There is “no evidence” the Government is creating a bubble in house prices by underwriting mortgages for first-time buyers, David Cameron claimed on Thursday.
Was Cameron's plan to rope in some ordinary-looking types to promote the Help To Buy scheme? It appears to have gone laughably awry...
Last night, David Blaine – a man with so much warmth of personality that he turned citizens of one of the most sophisticated cities on the planet into turd-flinging zoo bonobos simply by sitting in a glass box – posited an interesting question. If all of the United Kingdom is watching Sherlock on the other side, then does anyone care what Blaino is up to?
The Conservatives are being urged to trump Labour by promising to build 300,000 new homes a year, in an attempt to shed their “party of the rich” image.
Most people feel they have "little or no control" over what they pay for in the majority of public services that are fundamental to the cost of living, new research out tomorrow will show.
An alleged thief has been caught on camera supposedly stealing a Christmas tree from a care home in south London.
Dmitriy Kanarikov, a systems analyst from Brooklyn, pushed his son Kirill off a ledge on the 52-floor building