Kieran Yates’s All the Houses I’ve Ever Lived In: Finding Home in a System That Fails Us is an unflinching examination of the UK’s chaotic housing system. By the age of twenty-five, Kieran had lived in twenty different houses across the UK, from council estates in London to car showrooms in rural Wales. In that time, between a series of evictions, mouldy flats and bizarre house-share interviews, the reality of Britain’s housing crisis grew more and more difficult to ignore. Charmain Bynoe’s The Estate: My Life Working On the Front Line of Britain’s Housing Crisis shines a light on the challenges faced by so many people and provides insightful, heart-warming and inspirational stories of how they have helped themselves. They talk to New Humanist Editor Niki Seth-Smith about the issues underpinning the housing crisis and the unexpected ways we can fight back.Buy tickets
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