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Landlords have a responsibility to their tenants ...


No working fire alarms or fire extinguishers...
No working fire alarms or fire extinguishers....................

Cramming over 100 migrants into a small two storey building.

Charging all tenants between £50 and £55 per week, tenants included children as young as eight

Septic tanks overflowed with sewage, electrical wires trailed and, due to inadequate kitchen space, many rooms contained deep-fat fryers and toasters – increasing the risk of fire



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    20/01/2016
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