London has more legal matters to do with housing than other towns, and this morning, one made it to The Independent. It is a case that will probably also turn up at the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeal rejected the appeal last week, paving the way for similar cases.
Is London carrying out social cleansing by relocating its poorest? Particularly some areas of London seem to keep making negative headlines in this respect.
London earlier caught the revealing glare of the spotlights when it was found to be introducing social apartheid by making poorer tenants use other doors than wealthier tenants in the same building (see the item in The Guardian). I hope that someone decided to sue the city over that, meanwhile.
You can read the article about the case of the family that is asked to move 50 miles (80 km):