- The Guardian
While ban on evictions protected some people, domestic abuse and loss of temporary accommodation were common triggers for homelessness
“During the pandemic, the most common triggers for homelessness were no longer being able to stay with friends or family, losing a private tenancy, and domestic abuse.”
The end of the eviction ban in England will undoubtedly have an impact on the number of people turning to the council for help, but we are yet to see the end result of this change in policy.
The eviction ban ended 1st June 2021 in the UK.
1 Elsewhere in the garden
Notes that link to this note (AKA backlinks).
As Vitalik Buterin once layed out, it helps to see decentralisation as having multiple dimensions, in his view these three: technical, political, and logical. A technically decentralised network with a single developer influencing its progress is politically centralised. And if all nodes have to share the same data (the modus operandi of blockchains) it is logically centralised.
- What is Web 3.0 actually.
- Peer Production License.
- And that was with the eviction ban - due to domestic abuse and loss of temporary accomodation. The eviction ban ended 1st June 2021 in the UK. There will probably be a lot more evictions.
- I could perhaps use IndieKit as a Micropub endpoint - it pushes to git repos for content storage.