18 months homeless living in his car, Ian finally moves into one bed flat

Tony Gosling tony at cultureshop.org.uk
Fri Jul 29 11:13:49 BST 2016

18 months homeless living in his car, Ian finally moves into one bed flat
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Subtitle: 99% likely to be next US president: Donald Trump, views 
from both sides of the Atlantic ocean
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Over the last year or so Ian Dumbrell has been into the Dialect 
studio describing his life caught in the trap of homelessness. No 
home, no job. No job, no home and even though he had plenty of 
savings, a one third share in his late mother's home not a single 
landlord would rent to him because he didn't have a reliable job. 
Landlords now pretty much always refuse to rent to anyone on 
benefits. But the good news is after 15 months of trying, and a 
letter from his doctor explaining that his leg may have had to be 
amputated if he was forced to stay sleeping in his car, Ian now has 
somewhere to live in Cadbury Heath care of South Gloucestershire 
Council's Home Choice scheme.

Donald Trump special: Because Hillary Clinton is so tainted and has 
got the Democratic Party nomination fraudulently it looks like Donald 
Trump will be the next US president. Sonia Mourne from Bristol gives 
us her view of Trump followed by Susan Lindauer a former CIA 
whistleblower from the US. Both support Trump against Clinton, like 
the US public.

Andy Richards from Portishead talks about the landmark Bristol 
Nautical School and the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers or REME.

Linda Beamish is an environmental campaigner from Norfolk who's 
realised her local authority are not interested in any real 
sustainability, it's all just words.
'Why don't they want a sustainable future? A = Because then we would 
all be free people! No longer their commodities!
The central lesson I learned from this experience, was that doing the 
right thing doesn't pay - and there really is no justice, or access 
to it, since Lord Freud MP axed free Legal Aid.'


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