Opposition is spreading fast. The House of Lords look likely to vote against the Housing and Planning Bill, blocking it in Parliament (for a while at least).
A united opposition is gathering for a national march against the Bill, stepping up pressure on MPs to oppose it too.
50,000 leaflet, along with posters and stickers have gone out in the last week. Prominent academics are among 74 skewering the Housing Bill - see Guardian - second letter.
Latest supporters include NUT Teachers and CWU trade unions, the Peoples Assembly, two London councils, joining the Green Party, John McDonnell MP and Momentum, GMB and Unison unions and tenants organisations of all tenures - see leaflet here.
The National march for homes - against the Housing Bill on Sunday 13 March, assembles 12 noon at Lincoln's Inn Fields WC2A 3TL (near Holborn tube station) and marches to Parliament Square. A short accessible march assembles 1.30pm at Downing Street SW1A 2AA.
Collect leaflets, posters and stickers from Unite offices, 128 Theobalds Rd WC1X 8TN or for posting email email@example.com.
And sign and share the Housing Bill Petition - download paper copies here to get signatures.
6 March 1pm London Youth march for Homes - Facebook: YOUTH MARCH FOR HOUSING (LONDON)
7 March 6pm London Teachers Mayor election hustings: details and tickets here
8 March 6.30pm Islington Council meeting for all residents on the Housing Bill - at Town Hall
10 March 7pm Tower Hamlets public meeting - leaflet here
12 March Northern 'summit' against the Housing Bill for tenants, trade unions and councillors more details here .
Evidence to House of Lords
Facebook and on line petition
Further information from www.defendcouncilhousing.org.uk
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Labour Conference meeting
Housing Act Summit 22 October
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Right to Buy2: Stop sell-offs
Southwark march 25 March
Council Housing: Time To Invest
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