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The Same Old Cycle


Reported by Mahesh

Published on Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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Blogs Reports

The Same Old Cycle


Written by Mahesh

Published on Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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In this report Mahesh uses his personal and original writing style to share his frustration at the way the system continues to make the same mistakes, seemingly learning nothing from the costs of the mistakes that it keeps on making. It is worth reading these reports a few times and taking a bit of time to consider the implications of what Mahesh means. Mat Amp

 

Tenant pays the rent. no forward mortgage payment to bank… live the life of this chap, Riley…
bailiffs turn up. tenant turned out. dumb court favour charlatan landlord/lady…
consequences…you talking to me???…consequences, if any, be, you know, dammed… 

repeat pattern, for next lamb… 

The fact that The Private Renters’ Bill has been recently shelved, and seems indefinitely shelved – looming elections, pass the buck, let the next bunch of guys/gals handle it, et cetera…it doesn’t logically seem that any minister is going to be to effectively busy dealing with this crisis… always, that good ol’ back burner is within easy reach son of a beeeatch situation… 

 

Mahesh  takes photos for Groundswell and the Listen Up project. This is a photograph taken by him for Groundswell. 

Written by Mahesh


It is an absolute honour to be accepted to join the Listen Up! team at this wonderful organisation - Groundswell - in London. Having been previously involved with Groundswell in 2016, who partnered with the Pavement magazine as part of the From the|Ground Up project [also funded by Comic Relief] it is  awesome to be joining the Listen Up! project. Being a Londoner and previously having experienced homelessness, I come to Groundswell via Emmaus in South London. I look forward to being part of the team, rejoining and working with some of my previous colleagues on this project.

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