Cops Who Led Handcuffed Black Man Down the Street by a Rope Won't Face Investigation
The man's family said he’s been homeless and seeking treatment for mental illness over the past several years.
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Brighton Could Be the First UK City to Pass a 'Homeless Bill of Rights'
The bill isn't a set of policy proposals, but guidance on how local councils should treat the rising issue of homelessness.
The Creative and Cruel Ways People Make Life Hell for the Homeless
It's not just playing "Baby Shark" over and over.
Photos of the Most Egregious 'Anti-Homeless' Architecture
Once you start looking, you realise what critics call "hostile architecture" is everywhere.
As a Youth Worker, Food Is My Secret Weapon
Everyone has an opinion about food. Everyone has a positive memory, fun story or emotional connection to a particular dish.
How to Treat the Homeless, According to the Homeless
With homelessness continuing to surge, and the government further dehumanising rough sleepers, here are some things to bear in mind.
The Homeless Man Who Made a Horror Film
Watch VICE's new doc, 'The Homeless Film Director,' and hear from the team behind it about how David Fussell's inspiring story came together.
What's Gone On This Week: Tories Take More Domestic Flights Amid Climate Crisis
What's Gone On This Week: Toilet Paper Suppliers Are More Prepared for Brexit Than the British Government
Also, Lorraine Kelly avoids a £1.2 million tax bill after a judge ruled she has been performing the character of "Lorraine Kelly" on morning television.
The Anti-Homeless Law That Scotland Scrapped But England Still Enforces
Why campaigners want to repeal the "Vagrancy Act".
The Story of One of the Hundreds of Homeless Deaths in the UK
In the last 18 months, 796 people have died homeless in the UK; Kristain Olsteins was one of them.
The Full Story Behind That Letter Telling a Person with Mental Health Issues They're 'Resilient' Enough to Be Homeless
We called Torbay Council to ask for an explanation.
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