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Friday, August 17, 2012

Jobless refugee mother-of-seven whose family trashed £1.25million Victorian townhouse are to be given ANOTHER free home

A mother whose refugee family trashed a £1.25million rented house paid for by the taxpayer was told today she will be given a new taxpayer-funded property - but faces jail if her wayward children do not behave.

After pressure from Hammersmith and Fulham Council, Manal Mahmoud has agreed to leave the borough and signed a court order promising her seven children would clean up their act.

The agreement means the clan, branded the ‘family from hell’ by neighbours, will be given a new taxpayer-funded property after Hammersmith and Fulham Council acknowledged it had a ‘legal obligation’ to find them a new home.

By signing the undertaking, Ms Mahmoud could be jailed if she ‘or anyone living’ at her new property causes a nuisance.

But a hearing at West London County Court was told today the family could be moved out of the borough meaning the west London council would not be responsible for enforcing it.

The Palestinian family moved into the Victorian end-of-terrace home after it was given a £76,000 facelift and received thousands of pounds in housing benefit.

But they were branded the ‘family from hell’ by neighbours following months of antisocial behaviour at the property, where the driveway has been smashed up, doors are hanging off and rubbish and furniture have been dumped in the garden. Read More