Poor migration

The migration of poor over housing benefit reforms is not scaremongering, writes Abigail Davies of the Chartered Institute of Housing

by Abigail Davies
Moving home leads to loss of care and support networks, established healthcare providers, school places, childcare arrangements and jobs, argues the Chartered Institute of Housing.
Moving home leads to loss of care and support networks, established healthcare providers, school places, childcare arrangements and jobs, argues the Chartered Institute of Housing.

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