This week in Westminster

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This week in Westminster

Some students at SOAS are refusing to pay their last months rent for their halls of residence.

Two of the central London halls of residence – Dinwiddy House and Paul Robeson House – are owned and operated by Sanctuary Students with an agreement to provide places for SOAS students. 

But many of the residents complain of poor living conditions and incomplete repairs leaving them without running water or electricity. 

Tom King from SOAS Student Union and Carmel Carney explains more. 

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