'In my mind that's the only way we're going to have true justice, if someone is brave enough to come forward and talk about what happened that fateful night and give us some closure, that's what we want as a family. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Smirking at the law: Stephen Lawrence murder suspect Luke Knight saunters barefoot outside his parents’ house the day after Met shelve case – as victim’s brother begs people to ‘be brave’ and turn in his killers
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■ There are some rules around how much rent you pay. A tenancy agreement or contract is usually for a fixed term of six or 12 months – your landlord cannot usually raise rents during this period. However, if this term has ended and you haven’t signed a new agreement you will be on a “periodic tenancy”. This gives little protection from rent rises or eviction. … [Read more...] about Struggling generation rent is being driven into debt
She is not alone in her wish for stiffer regulations. According to a poll conducted by Spareroom.com, 65% of renters support some form of controls. Dan Wilson Craw from Generation Rent, a group which campaigns for professionally managed homes, says: “We need rent control not for the sake of it, but because the housing market is broken. Demand for housing should encourage greater supply, and result in rents that are affordable – but that isn’t happening.” … [Read more...] about Would a rent cap work for tenants facing £1,000-a-month rises?
The director, Jerusha Hess, made her name co-directing Napoleon Dynamite, and the producer, Stephenie Meyer, made her name and immense fortune writing the Twilight saga books. Sony Pictures Classics (SPC), the art-house division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, snapped up Austenland for a reported $4m at the Sundance festival. It premiered in Los Angeles and New York last week and is due to start a limited release in the US on . … [Read more...] about Hollywood banks on Jane Austen film to discover what women really want
The issue is summed up by Henrietta's daughter Deborah, with whom Skloot struck up a close friendship during her research on the book. "Truth be told, I cannot get mad at science, because it helps people live, and I'd be a mess without it. But I won't lie. I would like some health insurance so I don't got to pay all that money every month for drugs my mother's cells probably helped make." … [Read more...] about Henrietta Lacks’s cells were priceless, but her family can’t afford a hospital