Category: Odu-Dua


News: Housing chief ‘close to tears’ as London riots erupt near home

The chief executive of a housing association is helping friends and neighbours who lost their properties following a second night of rioting in parts of London and said she was “close to crying” after the devastation happened just yards away…

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Feature: Is the Big Society destroying the very things it’s meant to stand for?

My 84-year-old grandmother was rescued by the Big Society. Or was it the big state? Or was it the doctrine of state multiculturalism? Listen to her story and you tell me. Chau Yuk Sim arrived in Britain from Hong Kong…

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Feature: Street Credentials, Society Guardian

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Feature: Lara Oyedele profile, Inside Housing

There are stirrings of a revival in the black and minority ethnic housing movement. As black history month draws to a close, Lara Oyedele, effervescent chair of fledgling umbrella body BMENational, talks in-depth for the first time about moving on…

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