More than 250,000 people in England are homeless, says Shelter

The Guardian Newspaper (December 2016): Charity marks 50th anniversary by revealing homelessness hotspots including Birmingham, Bristol, Luton and Slough. More than 250,000 people in England are homeless or lack a permanent place to live, according to Shelter. Releasing figures to mark its 50th anniversary, the charity estimated that there were almost 255,000 people living in hostels and other types of temporary accommodation, or sleeping rough on the streets. Read more here.

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