Key Tweets for the week ahead

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Here are your 5 key tweets for the week ahead:

This week you’ll find suggested tweets on our new bailiff research, as well as a new law on tenant fees.

We’ve also created a useful document which will help you get the most out of 5 key tweets – this includes how to save the pictures and gifs, how to schedule tweets and how to use video. Please do reply to let us know if you find it useful and if there’s anything else you’d like tips on!

Here are your 5 key tweets for the week ahead:

  • New polling from @CitizensAdvice and #TakingControl partners finds 8 in 10 people back an independent bailiff regulator. It’s time for #bailiffreform to protect people from the harm poor debt collection practices cause https://bit.ly/2V1WlTo

          

  • Most landlords own more than 1 property and many aren’t meeting their legal obligations. @CitizensAdvice is looking at what needs to be done to protect tenants in privately-rented properties https://bit.ly/2I8XvLa

  • The #TenantFeesBill has gained Royal Assent and is now the #TenantFeesAct – this means it’s law and government expects it to come into force from June. If you’re looking to rent, this could save you money – we’ll keep you updated 

  • If you’re disabled or have a health condition that affects your mobility, you can apply for a Blue Badge. Our advice can help https://bit.ly/2vIgJxE

            

  • Research from @CitizensAdvice shows half of people on #UniversalCredit struggle to pay for their housing as they wait for payment – here’s what you need to know in 150 words https://bit.ly/2SeTZnc
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For an update of what else is happening across Citizens Advice next week read Monday’s ‘Start the week’.