Housing Crisis

The whole renting game might be about to change – but furry things first.
Prime minister tries to reassert his authority by talking about bananas and olive oil, while making some dubious claims about housing.
Families and councils across London are begging for help as the number of children in makeshift homes soars by 65 per cent in a decade.
The government has extended the eviction ban, but the London Renters Union says it hasn't stopped people being thrown out of their homes.
There are fears for thousands of rough sleepers with no recourse to public funds who were housed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Labour has pledged rent controls for private tenants if elected. But how would they work, and would there be any side-effects?
More than a million households are stuck on council waiting lists, with Labour this will change, says shadow housing secretary John Healey.
Alex Milsom said people have been in touch to tell him it is common practice.
In 2015, the government made a promise to under-40s struggling to get on the housing ladder. Where are they?
A new investigation reveals some UK cities have no affordable homes. See how many are available in your area.