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South London housing association pay tenants to sign ‘sham’ documents

A small south London based housing association called Pathfinder had paid tenants to sign ‘sham’ document agreements. Insider housing say that ‘the housing association paid £1,000 for ‘sham transactions’ signatures.  The properties were sold on the open market instead of being sold to shared owners. However, Pathfinder have claimed that they denied

Everyday Justice – Court visit

I had visited a Magistrates Court in South London on Wednesday 14th November and it was my first experience of ever visiting a court! I have to say personally I was intrigued about visiting and by visiting it had helped me develop my knowledge and understanding of how the legal, court

New home developments in Southwark

Housing development company called the Peabody have made executed and made plans to develop housing in areas in London such as Greenwich, Kensington and Chelsea, Southwark and more. They have already completed work on building new homes/flats that have already been sold/rented in Southwark. These parts of Southwark are Chamber's Wharf

Virtual Reality (VR)

Virtual reality (VR) journalism has emerged from its early experimental phase to become a more integrated part of many newsrooms. Scene VR project lead by Zach Wise Evanston, Illinois, by Northwestern University Knight Lab had an idea of making a tool for journalists and others to use from their smartphone

Is Citizen Journalism and User Generated Content Killing Professional Journalism?

Different social media platforms As we all already know social media has changed the world of journalism and this has been done by both citizen journalism and user generated content. Both citizen journalism and user generated content can be seen as a threat to both professional journalists and traditional journalism. In a

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