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March Against 'All-Out Attack On Council Housing'


Thousands protest against the Government's Housing Bill amid claims it could see many workers priced out of their homes.

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[Homework]2016-03-19 英国民众抗议新的住房法案

Protesters turned out in their thousands, desperate to get their voices heard, their plight branded on flags, banners even family pets. If government plans get the go-ahead, council tenants with a joint house holding income of more than 30,000 pounds or 40,000 in London could be forced to pay full private market rates or face eviction, John Adams who has lived in his property in London for 20 years is one of those affected.
In my case I would have to ask my daughter to leave, because she * and where did she go, because you're working class people, surely you should be able to live comfortably without ever have to struggle.
We've been a council tenant for 40 years all together, and it's just not fair, it's not fair, it's not just us, but to many many people as you can see here.
As part of the plans, a right to stay at a council house indefinitely will also be withdrawn, with tenancies reviewed from time to time, and with the value of some council properties rising considerably in recent years, protestors say gentrification is forcing them out.
As you can see several thousands of people have turned out to protest here today, this government bill is all about changing from generation rent to generation buy, of course people here in London are worst affected because rents are going up so quickly.
Of course encouraging right to buy is nothing new, Margaret Thatcher amended a center piece of conservative policy in the 1990s, three decades on that means countless states have a cross section of society side by side. Of course the exact details of this bill will be debated in due course, but the government insists rents will have to go up gradually.
The increase is about getting a fair balance between what somebody will pay if they are in the private entity sector as well, and there are people in there, getting that balance but I'll be very clear once people move over that threshold, there will be a taper, so they won't suddenly jump to market, there will be a taper, they will make it fair, so we make sure we do what we always say we will do, we insisted on and be determined about since 2010 which is be able to always pay to work.
Protestors want changes to the bill, or free to be scrapped all together, but the government insists there are tens of thousands of council tenants earning well over 50,000 pounds who need to start paying their way.


                                                   
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[Homework]2016-03-19 英国民众抗议新的住房法案

Protesters turned out to near thousands, desperate to get their voices heard, We shout up we shout up prevent you


their plight branded on them flags, banners even family pets.
If government plans get the go-ahead, council tenants thought a joint house holding income of more than 30,000 pounds or 40,000 in London could be forced to pay full private market rates or face eviction.


John Adams who has lived in his property in London for 20 years is one of those affected.

In my case I would ask you all, should my daughter where to leave?, because they try to solve it for waiters and where does she go? because you're working class people, surely you should be able to live comfortably without ever have to struggle.

We've been a council tenant for 40 years all together, and it's just not fair, it's not fair, it's not just us, but to, many many pay fully, you can send you there.

As part of the plans, a right to stay at a council house indefinitely will also be withdrawn, with tenancies reviewed from time to time, and with the value of some council properties rising considerably in recent years, protestors say gentrification is forcing them out.

As you can see several thousands of people have turned out to protest here today, this government bill is all about changing from generation rent to generation buy, of course people here in London are worst affected because rents are going up so quickly.
Of course encouraging right to buy is nothing new, Margaret Thatcher made a center piece of conservative policy in the 1980s, three decades on that means countless states house a cross section of society side by side. Of course the exact details of this bill will be debated in due course, but the government insists rents will have to go up gradually.

The increase is about getting a fair balance between what somebody will pay if they are in the private entity sector as well, and there are people in there, getting that balance but I'll be very clear once people move over that threshold, there will be a taper, so they won't suddenly jump to market, when obvious a taper, they will make it fair, so we make sure we do what we always say we will do, this government we insisted on and be determined about since 2010 which is be able to always pay to work.

Protestors want changes to the bill, all afraid to be scrapped all together, but the government insists there are tens of thousands of council tenants earning well over 50,000 pounds who need to start paying their way.                                                   

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Protesters attend out to their thousands, desperate to get their voice heared, “we shout out  we shout out”.
They plight the branded on flags banners even family pets. If government’s plan get go ahead, council tenants with joint house holding income of more than 30,000 pounds or 40,000 in London, could be foreced to pay for private market rates or face eviction. Joe A who lived his property in London for 20 years, is one of these effected.
In my case, I would have to ask my daughter to leave, because she***and where did she go? Because you are working class people, surely you should be able to live comfortable without ever have to struggle.
We’ve been council tenants for 40 years all together, and it’s just not fair, it’s not just us but to many many people you can see over there.
As part of plan right to stay in a council house definitely, would also be withdrawn with tenancies viewed from time to time. With the value of some council properties raising considerably in recent years. Protestors say gentrification is forcing them out.
As you can see, several thousands people turned out to protest today, this government bill all-about changing generation rent to generation buy, of course people here in London worst effected, it’s rents are goning up so quickly.
Of course encouraging to buy is nothing new Margaret Thatcher made center piece of conservative policy in 1980s, three decades on that means countless states have a cross section of society side by side. Of course the exact details of this bill will be debated in due course, but the government insist rents will have to go up gradually.
Increse about gain a fair balance between what somebody will if they were in the private entity sector as well, there are people in there, so it’s getting balance would be very clear, once people move over that threshold, there will be a taper, so they won’t suddently jump to market and when open a taper, so they will make it face we make sure we do what we always said we do in this government, we insist on and be deterimind about since 2010 which it’s always pay to work.
Protestors want to change the bill, all of it to be scrapped all together, but the government insist that there are tens thousands of councli tenants earning well over 50,000 pounds who need to stop pay their way.
protests turned out to their thousands, despite to get their voice heard. they played
branded on flags, banners even family pets. If govern plans get to go ahead, cancel
tenants for the joined household income of more than 30,000 pound or 40,000 in London
could be forced to pay full private market rates or face of eviction.

John Adams who has lived in his property in London for 20 years is one of those affected.
In my case I would ask my daughter where to live, because .. where did she go. because
you are working class people. surely you should be able to live comfortablely without
ever to struggle.

we've been a council tenant for 40 years all together. and it's just not fair, it's not
fair, it's not just us, but to many many people as you can see it here.

as part of the plans, a right to stay at a counsil house indefinitely will also be
withdrawn, with tenancies reviewed from time to time, with the value of some council
properties considerablely in recent years, protestors say gentrification is forcing
them out.

as you can see several thousands of people have turned out to protest here today,
this government bill is all about changing the generation rent to the generation buy,
of course people here in London are worst affected because rents are going up so quickly.

of course encouraging right to buy is nothing new, Margaret Thatcher made a center piece
of conservative policy in 1990s, three decades on that means countless states how a
cross section of society side by side. of course the exact details of this bill will
be debated in due course, but the government insists rents have to go up gradually.

increase is about getting a fair balance between what somebody will pay if they are
in a private entity sector as well, and there are people in there, getting that balance
will be very clear once people move over that threshold, they will be a taper, so they
won't suddenly jump to market, there will be a taper, they will make it fair, so we make
sure we do what we always say we will do, well insisted on and be determined about since
2010 which is always pay to work.

protestors want changes to the bill, or free to be scrapped all together, but the government
insists that tens of thousands of counsil tenant earning well over 50,000 pounds
who need to start paying that way.
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Protestors turned out in their thousands, desperate to get their voices heard.

“We shout up, we shout up.”

Their plight branded on flags, banners, even family pets. If governor plans get the go-ahead, council tenants with the joint house holding income of more than 30,000 pounds or 40,000 thousands in London could be forced to pay full private market rates or face eviction. John Adams who’s lived in his property in London for 20 years is one of those affected.

“In my case, I would have to ask my daughter where to leave, because she can’t solve it and where did she go? Because you are working class people, surely you should be able to live comfortably without ever have to struggle.”

“We've been a council tenant for 40 years all together. And it's just not fair, it's not fair, it's not just us, but to many, many people as you can see here.”

As part of the plans, the right to stay at a council house indefinitely will also be withdrawn with tendencies reviewed from time to time. And with the value of some council properties rising considerably in recent years, protestors say gentrification is forcing them out.

“As you can see several thousands of people have turned out to protest here today. This government bill is all about changing from generation rent to generation buy. Of course people here in London are worst effected because rents are going up so quickly.”

Of course encouraging right to buy is nothing new. Margaret Thatcher made it a center piece of Conservative policy in the 1980s. Three decades on, that means countless states have a cross section of society side by side. Of course the exact details of this bill will be debated in due course, but the government insists rents will have to go up gradually.

“The increase is about getting a fair balance between what somebody will pay if they are in the private entity sector as well, and there are people in there. So it’s just getting that balance. But I'll be very clear -- once people move over that threshold, there will be a taper, so they won't suddenly jump to market. There will be a taper. They will make it fair. So we make sure we do what we always say we will do. This government, we insisted on and be determined about since 2010 which is be able to always pay to work.”

Protestors want changes to the bill, all afraid to be scrapped altogether. But the government insists there are tens of thousands of council tenants earning well over 50,000 pounds who need to start paying their way.

Rebecca William, Sky News.
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