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 Average age of death of a homeless person

Rough sleepers are almost 17 times more likely to have been a victim of violence in the past year


26,000 single people face homelessness on any given night in England due to a lack of affordable and accessible housing, new research shows. Charity says new government social housing initiative will help some, but rules that shut out many homeless people need to be tackled.


Emma Rule has been presented a ‘Points of Light’ award by Prime Minister Theresa May in recognition of her fundraising work for Crisis, the national charity for homeless people.


The housing and homelessness sector needs to change the way it talks about homelessness if it is to convince the public that it can be ended, according to a new report publishing today by Crisis and partners from across the sector.