Do you agree with Labour leader Ed Miliband that workers should be given social housing ahead of benefit claimants?
BAD businesses and bad neighbours will be targeted by Labour leader Ed Miliband in his keynote speech to the party’s conference in Liverpool today.
Mr Miliband will say that councils should give priority in allocating scarce social housing to people who work and contribute to their communities over benefit claimants and trouble tenants.
And he will say that a Labour government would offer rewards and incentives to businesses which give something back to Britain, while penalising “asset strippers” who make money without contributing to the communities in which they operate.
Mr Miliband will set out the terms of a “new bargain” on both welfare and the economy which will offer “something for something” to individuals and business who do the right thing.
Today we ask, do you agree with Labour leader Ed Miliband that workers should be given social housing ahead of benefit claimants?