How race impacts on people’s chances of living in a damp home or experiencing fuel poverty

Damp, mouldy conditions in social housing have led to shocking exposés in the national media recently, and sparked an investigation by the Housing Ombudsman. But in the first of our new series, Racism and Housing, Alex Turner digs into government statistics, to flag the less-talked-about fact that white residents are significantly less likely to be living in a home that is damp, or live in fuel poverty.

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