New Era housing estate residents protest at Downing Street

New Era housing estate residents protest at Downing Street; Lindsey Garrett (Resident, New Era estate) interview SOT/ Russell Brand interview SOT - (asked by reporter 'how much did you pay for your place - what kind of rent are you paying?') I'm not interested in talking to you about my rent mate, I'm here to support a very important campaign/ you as a member of the media have an important duty to help to represent these people/ - (responding to reporter's suggestion 'you are part of the problem aren't you?') no, absolutely not, I would completely deny that/ I would say I'm part of the solutio - people coming together to amplify the voices of ordinary people, that's precisely what's needed/ (pointing to Number 10) there's no greater and more expensive piece of real estate than that one and the people in there are the people who have the obligation, let's not get distratcted/ - (reporter suggests 'I'd say your house is on par' - ie with value of Number 10) it's rented, we don't know the value, you'd have to talk to my landlord/ blessedly I can afford my rent and I'm prepared to stand up for people who can't, it's been ovely talking to you Russel Brand joined by Lindsey Garrett (Resident, New Era estate) Hackney: Hoxton: Protesters' placards stacked outside local pub


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Date created: 01 December, 2014
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