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More than 250,000 people in England are homeless, says Shelter
by Patrick Butler, Social policy editor
The Guardian Translate This Article
30 November 2016
On 30 November 2016 The Guardian reported:
More than 250,000 people in England are homeless or lack a permanent place to live, according to [the charity] Shelter. Releasing figures to mark its 50th anniversary on Thursday, the charity [Shelter] estimated that there were almost 255,000 people living in hostels and other types of temporary accommodation, or sleeping rough on the streets. Shelter says its figures are a conservative estimate.
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Shelter says rising homelessness in recent years is caused by high rents, a shortage of housing, cuts to housing benefit, and insecure tenancies.
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