Merseyside Bedroom Tax activists - article in Vice Magazine

Published on Mon Aug 19, 2013 by

Working with a local journalist James Margeson, I provided photography for an article highlighting the work of anti-bedroom tax campaigners in Liverpool. We spent the afternoon at a drop-in centre in rooms above a pub and met members of the local community, as well as several of the volunteers. Really interesting and essential work. Anyway, the article is here - Vice Magazine Merseyside Bedroom Tax  and some of my highlights are below. Follow James on Twitter here @sudden_sloth


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Merseyside press photographer

Housing activist in Liverpool

Editorial portrait for Vice Magazine


Hopefully we will be doing some follow up work soon. Especially once housing providers start evicting residents for non-payment.

 

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