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  • Housing – Dr. Frances Ryan
    living room he s just positioned in one spot so people can get by his wheelchair He s in so much pain if people bump him Three years ago we were assessed by our local council s occupational therapist as having the highest medical need for a home move No suitable accessible property has been found to move us into Their situation is not unique One in six disabled adults in England and half of all disabled children live in properties that are not suitable for them charity Leonard Cheshire Disability has found Just less than half of all social housing tenancies involve someone with a disability Scope the disability charity has reported For Inside Housing I reported on the scale and impact of the lack of suitable housing for people with disabilities NB A log in is required to read the full article but there is no paywall Life in limbo what it s like to be one of Britain s hidden homeless June 19 2014 July 24 2014 francesryan18 1 Comment For the past couple of months I ve been speaking to Rob a forty year old single man in social housing who after having his housing benefit stopped has been homeless for six months Each day is a fight for survival just to get somewhere to stay and something to eat I ve not had a proper nights rest for seven months he says I had to go past my old home a few days ago It was an emotional experience going past it and knowing that s not my home anymore Benefit cuts and an increase in sanctions such as suspending housing benefit has seen the threat of people losing their home if they rent at its highest level in more than a decade Crisis described

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/category/housing-2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Crisis – Dr. Frances Ryan
    s not my home anymore Benefit cuts and an increase in sanctions such as suspending housing benefit has seen the threat of people losing their home if they rent at its highest level in more than a decade Crisis described the result to me as out of sight homelessness the people like Rob who are forced to live between hostels B Bs and squats I reported for New Statesman About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in the third person Follow me on Twitter My Tweets Subscribe Click to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts Recent Posts Now Britain needs clothes banks too What sort of society are we living in How the battle to save Lincolnshire s libraries became a full time job Luke Loy had a life until his benefits started falling away News Hardworking Britain Disabled workers can t afford justice to

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/tag/crisis/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Homelessness – Dr. Frances Ryan
    and knowing that s not my home anymore Benefit cuts and an increase in sanctions such as suspending housing benefit has seen the threat of people losing their home if they rent at its highest level in more than a decade Crisis described the result to me as out of sight homelessness the people like Rob who are forced to live between hostels B Bs and squats I reported for New Statesman About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in the third person Follow me on Twitter My Tweets Subscribe Click to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts Recent Posts Now Britain needs clothes banks too What sort of society are we living in How the battle to save Lincolnshire s libraries became a full time job Luke Loy had a life until his benefits started falling away News Hardworking Britain Disabled workers can t

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/tag/homelessness/ (2016-02-16)
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  • housing benefits – Dr. Frances Ryan
    and knowing that s not my home anymore Benefit cuts and an increase in sanctions such as suspending housing benefit has seen the threat of people losing their home if they rent at its highest level in more than a decade Crisis described the result to me as out of sight homelessness the people like Rob who are forced to live between hostels B Bs and squats I reported for New Statesman About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in the third person Follow me on Twitter My Tweets Subscribe Click to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts Recent Posts Now Britain needs clothes banks too What sort of society are we living in How the battle to save Lincolnshire s libraries became a full time job Luke Loy had a life until his benefits started falling away News Hardworking Britain Disabled workers can t

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/tag/housing-benefits/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Life in limbo: what it’s like to be one of Britain’s hidden homeless – Dr. Frances Ryan
    result to me as out of sight homelessness the people like Rob who are forced to live between hostels B Bs and squats I reported for New Statesman Share this Twitter Facebook Like this Like Loading Related Crisis Employment and Support Allowance Homelessness housing benefits Post navigation Previous Post Disabled feminism on the margins Next Post Assisted Dying I interview Tanni Grey Thompson One thought on Life in limbo what it s like to be one of Britain s hidden homeless Eric Brown says May 26 2015 at 11 47 pm I lived on the streets for up to ten years on and off the services are at breaking point with hostels being the subject of cuts and available bed spaces less available Having benefits stopped is adding to a problem that is already out of control losing homes and being put back on the streets Reply Leave a Reply to Eric Brown Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in the third person Follow me on Twitter My

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/2014/06/19/life-in-limbo-what-its-like-to-be-one-of-britains-hidden-homeless/?replytocom=5399 (2016-02-16)
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  • Aspire – Dr. Frances Ryan
    fit a hospital bed and a single bed for Angela The carpets suck in dirt and water and the wheelchair drags tracks through doorways that are too small My housing situation can be summed up as frustrating disappointing and dehumanising Colin says I m annoyed I worked all my life became ill through no fault of my own turned to the state for some help and no help was forthcoming My husband s life is in two rooms the bedroom and living room Angela says In the living room he s just positioned in one spot so people can get by his wheelchair He s in so much pain if people bump him Three years ago we were assessed by our local council s occupational therapist as having the highest medical need for a home move No suitable accessible property has been found to move us into Their situation is not unique One in six disabled adults in England and half of all disabled children live in properties that are not suitable for them charity Leonard Cheshire Disability has found Just less than half of all social housing tenancies involve someone with a disability Scope the disability charity has reported For Inside Housing I reported on the scale and impact of the lack of suitable housing for people with disabilities NB A log in is required to read the full article but there is no paywall About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in the third person Follow

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  • Golden Lane Housing – Dr. Frances Ryan
    the bedroom won t fit a hospital bed and a single bed for Angela The carpets suck in dirt and water and the wheelchair drags tracks through doorways that are too small My housing situation can be summed up as frustrating disappointing and dehumanising Colin says I m annoyed I worked all my life became ill through no fault of my own turned to the state for some help and no help was forthcoming My husband s life is in two rooms the bedroom and living room Angela says In the living room he s just positioned in one spot so people can get by his wheelchair He s in so much pain if people bump him Three years ago we were assessed by our local council s occupational therapist as having the highest medical need for a home move No suitable accessible property has been found to move us into Their situation is not unique One in six disabled adults in England and half of all disabled children live in properties that are not suitable for them charity Leonard Cheshire Disability has found Just less than half of all social housing tenancies involve someone with a disability Scope the disability charity has reported For Inside Housing I reported on the scale and impact of the lack of suitable housing for people with disabilities NB A log in is required to read the full article but there is no paywall About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/tag/golden-lane-housing/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Habinteg – Dr. Frances Ryan
    bedroom won t fit a hospital bed and a single bed for Angela The carpets suck in dirt and water and the wheelchair drags tracks through doorways that are too small My housing situation can be summed up as frustrating disappointing and dehumanising Colin says I m annoyed I worked all my life became ill through no fault of my own turned to the state for some help and no help was forthcoming My husband s life is in two rooms the bedroom and living room Angela says In the living room he s just positioned in one spot so people can get by his wheelchair He s in so much pain if people bump him Three years ago we were assessed by our local council s occupational therapist as having the highest medical need for a home move No suitable accessible property has been found to move us into Their situation is not unique One in six disabled adults in England and half of all disabled children live in properties that are not suitable for them charity Leonard Cheshire Disability has found Just less than half of all social housing tenancies involve someone with a disability Scope the disability charity has reported For Inside Housing I reported on the scale and impact of the lack of suitable housing for people with disabilities NB A log in is required to read the full article but there is no paywall About Frances Frances Ryan is a freelance journalist She writes The Guardian s austerity column Hardworking Britain She appears on television and radio shows from BBC s Sunday Politics to Radio 4 s Woman s Hour and speaks at political events around the country She has a doctorate in politics covering inequality in opportunity in education She detests speaking in the

    Original URL path: https://differentprinciples.co.uk/tag/habinteg/ (2016-02-16)
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