Newham Cracks Down on Slum Homes in Olympic Borough

July 26 (Bloomberg) -- Five thousand meters from London's gleaming, white-spoked Olympic Stadium, Christine Lyons, chief planning enforcer of the London borough of Newham, has ferreted out a modern-day scene evocative of Victorian England: illegally-run properties occupied by tenants crammed into slum-like conditions in dirty rooms and even garden sheds. In May, Lyons invited Bloomberg to inspect some of these properties in an effort to crack down on the landlords exploiting Newham's chronic housing shortage. Owen Thomas reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Inflation Paves Way for More Canada Rate Hikes
47:45 - Canadian government bond yields spiked and the loonie strengthened for a fourth day, as today's economic data paves the way for another Bank of Canada interest rate hike this year. RBC's Deputy Chief Economist Dawn Desjardins joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Lily Jamali to discuss her outlook. (Source: Bloomberg)
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