4,266 people – nine per cent fewer than last year – slept rough on a given night. But the methodology is tricky.
At the start of this week, there was a truly upsetting report looking at the deaths of homeless people sleeping in bins. It was one of those viscerally awful stories that surely means you can’t ignore the human cost of the housing emergency.
This horror story was followed by new BBC research on Wednesday looking at the number … Read more