Re-house Charlie Wort!

Southampton Labour-run council has evicted Charlie Wort from his home in St. Marys after the recent death of his mother. They claim he is no longer entitled to be housed by the council. There was a campaign involving local residents and the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition to help Charlie fight the eviction, but the council showed no compassion.

20 August 2014
Campaigners are demanding that the council re-house Charlie immediately in St. Marys. Charlie has received support from  anti-cuts councillors Keith Morrell and Don Thomas and from local housing campaigner Wilson Bennett. Thanks are also due to the management, staff and regulars of the Angel Pub and the Kingsland Tavern for the support they have shown to Charlie.

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