Thousands of people got together in London yesterday to call for politicians to end the housing crisis within a generation. The Choir with No Name North London had a blast performing at Westminster Central Hall!
- The party atmosphere when we started singing 'Our House' by Madness - thousands of people cheering the choir to the rafters
- Every party politician - from Nigel Farage to Caroline Lucas - was asked: "Will you commit to ending the housing crisis within a generation?"
- A passionate speech from Ken Loach, director of iconic television play 'Cathy Come Home' back in 1966
- Some amazing talks from a number of people who've personally experienced homelessness and housing problems
- The amazingly wide range of people and organisations involved - including the National Housing Federation, Crisis, RIBA, the Royal Town Planning Institute, Shelter and the Residential Landlords Association
- The hearty cheers when our choir manager Emma dedicated our rendition of 'Put a Little Love in Your Heart' to politicians everywhere
- The incredible reaction on Twitter after the choir performed.