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Foxtons ditch the spikes

July 5th 2015

Foxtons has agreed to remove metal spikes from outside Holborn branch, after a petition against them attracted more than 21,000 signatures.

The petition called on the estate agent to “remove the anti-homeless spikes”, describing them as inhumane. It was tweeted by the Green party leader Natalie Bennett and Labour London assembly member Tom Copley, and in a few hours it had attracted widespread support.

A statement from Foxtons said: “We understand that the studs outside our West End office have raised some concerns within the community and we will be removing them shortly.” It said spikes at a second branch would be removed too.


Jul/Aug 2015




Doing it for the kids

Shout it out

Something to fight for

Photography? Picture this!

Housing benefit to be cut

Care leavers need care

Hackney backs down

DWP publish ‘death data’ call

Homelessness still rising

Foxtons ditch the spikes

Excess French food donated

Greece plans for homeless

Make peace

Fight for your rights

Opinion: "I believe in you"


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