Tory Majority Day 73: Voting in Labour Leadership, Decorating, Post Exertional Malaise, Flathunt Stalled.

I almost forgot to vote in the Labour Leadership, which is incredible as the volume of emails from Tessa, Sadiq, Jeremy, Ken – he supported Jeremy, David, Diane, erm all the others and then them all over again, and again, and again AND again was an avalanche. It certainly isn’t the case that I had […]

Tory Majority Day 69: My Affordable Housing Manifesto For People On Housing Benefit In London

The emails are dropping into my inbox in a flurry of last minute electioneering from all Labour candidates for the leadership election and London mayor.  I can’t remember how or when this happened or who said it in the first place, but I do recall a phrase: “people vote with their pocket” becoming very popular in […]

Tory Majority Day 68: Discretionary Housing Payments Won’t Cover Advance Rental Fees

Since last Tuesday when I joined the Labour  Party as a registered member, I’ve been bombarded by promotional materials from various new faces and some old faces like Ken Livingstone as well. The only two people who appear to have a really good grasp about what’s needed in detail to solve the housing crisis in […]

Tory Majority Day 67: I Don’t Know Who To Vote For In The Labour Leadership Race

I’m having a day off from searching for somewhere to live. In the lull I’m resting on my sofa – I really need it today – and my mind is turning its focus towards the Labour Leadership race. On Tuesday I became a Labour Party registered supporter. I paid my £3.00 and should be getting […]