Ending Right to Buy is a cost-free policy and would ensure that all new council homes would increase the numbers available, for the first time since 1980, writes Martin Wicks.
The demand for housing does not mean we should abandon commitments to protecting the environment, writes Jon Trickett MP.
"We won our pay deal by standing firm and standing together. Public support for trade unionism is the strongest and most wide-ranging it’s been in my lifetime, and I’d advise anyone not in a union to join one." Jacob Sanders, St Mungo's covenor By the Trades Union Congress (TUC) After three months of strike action…
Right to Buy has lost councils billions over the last 10 years, with 40% of ex-council homes ending up in the private rental market - Martin Wicks, Labour Campaign for Council Housing.
The creeping authoritarianism of the British ruling class goes beyond public protests. UK universities are increasingly attacking protest rights and political activism, writes Fraser McGuire and Alec Severs.
A St Mungo's striker sets out why they're taking action and fighting for the soul of the homeless charity.
"This shouldn’t be a party political issue... What sort of society allows vulnerable households to live with the constant fear of being forced onto the street" - Jon Trickett MP
"The most important thing that students can do is take action at their own university" - an interview with a student occupier taking part in the University of Manchester rent strike and occupation.
Martin Wicks, Secretary of the Labour Campaign for Council Housing, calls for Labour to support public housing by ending the sell off.
"Our policy should not be determined by what the Tories say but the material needs of millions of people suffering the consequences of the housing crisis" - Martin Wicks writes on why Labour must end Thatcher's Right to Buy policy.