Suella Braverman has reportedly formally pitched a ban on tents in urban areas Suella Braverman wants to restrict the use of tents by homeless people in built-up areas, according to a report. The home secretary's proposals are said to include allowing charities to be fined if they give out tents that become a nuisance. Ms … Continue reading Will Suela Braverman end the use of tents by homeless people?
Peeved by the growing level of filth and haphazard transportation system in the nation’s capital, Abuja, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory FCT, Nyesom Wike, has charged top officials of the administration to sit up or seek redeployment elsewhere. Specifically, he ordered the director in charge of the Abuja Environmental Protection Board, AEPB, to clean … Continue reading Wahala Don Come, I’ll Increase Your BP – Wike tells FCT officials
Oxford Street has always been one of London’s most famous landmarks, synonymous with the sort of luxury and lifestyle the world has come to associate with the British capital. Today, however, it offers a jarring snapshot of a crisis of rapidly growing proportions in the UK: homelessness. Every night, scores of rough sleepers take shelter … Continue reading HOPELESS OR HELPLESS: Why are there many homeless people in London?
Image shows self-made billionaire Alan Corey In 2001, at 22 years old, I moved out of my mom’s basement in Atlanta and into a sublet in the housing projects of Manhattan. I got a job as a technical support operator making $45,000 a year. When I told my friends and family that I was going … Continue reading Self-made billionaire shares secret to wealth creative
As the number of people experiencing homelessness increases across the across the country, more cities and states have passed laws making it illegal to live out of tents and cars or sleep in public spaces. More than 100 jurisdictions have had such bans on the books for years, according to the National Homelessness Law Center. In recent months, high-profile … Continue reading Law on homeless encampments making life terrible for low-income earners
President Joe Biden’s administration announced Monday that it is ramping up efforts to help house people now sleeping on sidewalks and in tents and cars as a new federal report confirms what’s obvious to people in many cities: Homelessness is persisting despite increased local efforts. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said that … Continue reading Biden administration pledges support for the homeless
Britain will pay people to open their homes to Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion as the government moves to deflect anger over its response to the fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War Two. The new scheme called "Homes for Ukraine" will let refugees from the war come to Britain even if they do … Continue reading British govt offering financial compensation for citizens ready to shelter Ukraine refugees
Mortgage rates kept surging this week, reaching their highest levels since before the pandemic. The average rate on 30-year mortgages climbed to 4.03 percent from 3.85 percent last week, according to Bankrate’s weekly survey of large lenders. man drawing schedule of business growth The Federal Reserve has signaled that a hike in interest rates is imminent, … Continue reading US Mortgage rates reaching highest levels since 2019