Coronavirus has emptied out hotels – and it's offered a chance for charities to get a roof over the heads of rough sleepers.
With homelessness continuing to surge, and the government further dehumanising rough sleepers, here are some things to bear in mind.
We met the rough sleepers forced to take refuge on public transport, and the charity workers doing what they can to help them.
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The council has taken the common sense out of its protocol for helping rough sleepers survive the cold.
A study last year found that 12 percent of people sleeping on the streets were on the autistic spectrum, and homelessness charities are now beginning to examine how best to tackle the issue.
I spoke to five formerly homeless people to find out how they got off the streets for good.
In order to demystify the all-too-common experience of being without a roof over your head, we asked some of London's homeless people about their day-to-day lives.
The war against London's "anti-homeless" spikes escalated today from sign-waving to radical criminal action. In the small hours of the morning, some activists dressed as construction workers, poured concrete over the metal spikes outside a Tesco Metro...