Sucking at the public teat and getting caught:
Now Spitalfields Housing Association, the owners of the three-bedroom house, has engaged lawyers to examine whether she should be allowed to continue renting in Wapping, according to Inside Housing, a trade magazine.
Legally a tenant with an assured or secure tenancy must live in the social home as their “only or principal home”, meaning that she could have breached her tenancy. Lady Uddin is understood to share a joint tenancy on the home with her husband.
Omar Mapara, chief executive of Spitalfields Housing Association, said: “We have written to her requesting that she confirms that she and her husband continue to occupy our property as their only or principal home and we await a response.”