Ruby Lott-Lavigna is the news and politics reporter for openDemocracy specialising in housing and inequalities.
Published in: Home: FeatureHow Liz Truss made the UK’s rent crisis worse in just 44 days
Social and private tenants are bearing the brunt of the political chaos sparked by the UK’s shortest-serving PM
Did Liz Truss mislead public over her husband’s secretive work?
As the PM fights to remain in power, deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner demands she come clean over her interests
Labour’s plans to crack down on tax-dodging corporations revealed
Exclusive: New policy details shed light on party's vow to prioritise tax-paying firms for government contracts
Let local councils freeze rents in cost of living crisis, says Labour
Shadow housing secretary Lisa Nandy says she is ‘very interested’ in giving councils power to freeze private rents
Drivers’ anger as Labour hosts Deliveroo ‘PR event’ at annual conference
The ‘delivery rider’ advertised on the panel turned out to be an ‘engagement manager’ for Deliveroo
Legal ‘loopholes’ could block crackdown on oligarchs’ empty homes
Westminster Council has pledged to seize empty homes – but efforts could come to nothing without more help