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On Tuesday, 19 July I was at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster to give a speech about my experiences of being on the streets, coming out of prison with nowhere to go and supporting other people facing homelessness. The event was the launch of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Ending Homelessness (APPGEH) Report 2017.

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As the legacy of Crisis’ 50th anniversary year, we plan to develop and publish an authoritative “Plan to End Homelessness” setting out what will need to be done in Great Britain if we are serious about ending homelessness once and for all – how long it would take, what investment and policies would be needed, and what role all of us will need to play.

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In simple terms they will go up. New Crisis research published today conducted by Heriot--Watt Un...

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Private renting is increasingly the biggest solution to homelessness and yet, for some time now,...

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This blog originally featured on Huffington Post This week the new Government set out its priori...

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In recent weeks and months, we’ve learned that a number of Crisis clients have been caught up in the Government’s policy to detain rough sleepers from the European Economic Area (EEA) and send them back to their country of origin. It’s hard to imagine UK nationals ever being treated with such little respect for their wishes or wellbeing, and we’re urging the Government to suspend this policy immediately.

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The Crisis policy conference on “Ending Homelessness: What Needs to Change” took place on 20 April and marked the launch of our national consultation on ending homelessness.

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Last month, Crisis turned 50. This was a milestone that as an organisation we never wanted to rea...

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When this snap election was called, political commentators said it would be about one issue only:...

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After years of campaigning, we are celebrating the Homelessness Reduction Bill receiving Royal As...

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