The story of a family whose home in the north west of Lancashire has been left uninhabitable for almost three years.
I’m in my late 50s and have two young children.
It’s a big house with lots of room and a nice roof but we are struggling to get by financially.
I’ve got a job in a branch of a big bank in London, but the money that I make from it is all my own.
I have a big job but I have no pension.
My income doesn’t come from me but from the banks I work for.
I want to get a degree but I don’t know what I want to do when I’m 50.
I’ve been working in the banking industry for 20 years.
I don,t know what the future holds.
I want a job, but what will I do when that is gone?
I’ve also got an income as a single parent.
I used to work as a financial planner for a financial services company.
But I had to close the company and start my own company.
I worked for about five years in a small office, but it was all gone when I left.
I can’t afford to pay my mortgage and I need to find a job as soon as possible.
My wife and I have lived in this house for three years, and I know that there is a big problem here.
It has become a burden and a burden for us financially.
We have tried to make things work for us but we’ve had to find alternative solutions.
My eldest daughter is three and her younger sister is nine and they are both very specialised.
They are in very special needs, and there’s not enough space for them.
It was really difficult to find work for them when they were younger.
They have had to go to boarding schools and there are just no jobs available.
They don’t have any support from the council, which is very unfair to them.
I’m really struggling to put a roof over their heads.
We’ve been looking for a place to live for a while now and it’s been very hard.
We are in debt and I’m going to be living with them until the end of my life.
I can’t work at all.
It’s really frustrating.
We can’t pay the rent and we don’t want to pay for the council.
I would love to have a job and support my family, but I know there is nowhere to go.
I know what my children will be like when they grow up.