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Nine per cent of adults in England have experienced homelessness at some point in their life, new research published this week has revealed.
Housing Justice, a national Christian housing and homelessness charity, has held the first ever National Night Shelters Conference.
Rules to be introduced next month risk turning England into a ‘knife-edge nation’, where losing your job brings the immediate risk of losing your home, Shelter warns.
The number of homeless families living in emergency bed and breakfast accommodation is at its highest in nearly ten years, says Shelter.
Housing Minister Mark Prisk was among those joining representatives from churches and housing organisations from all over the country this week.
Government figures released yesterday (6 June) show that the number of homeless households in England is the highest for five years.
One in three people could not pay their rent or mortgage for more than a month if they lost their job, new figures from Shelter have revealed.
Government figures released yesterday (22 March) show a sharp increase in the number of homeless families over the past year.
Church Action on Poverty has launched a shocking new report which exposes the huge harm done by politicians and the media to poor and vulnerable people.
Churches across Britain are marking a national week of action by speaking out against the social exclusion of people who are poor or homeless.
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