Call for Johnson to 'urgently fix' homelessness policy

By Dan Peters | 18 December 2019

The number of people who were newly-assessed as homeless or at risk of becoming homeless between April and June rose by 11% compared to last year to 68,000 people, new figures for England have revealed.

Think-tank Reform called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ‘urgently fix’ the Government’s homelessness prevention policy.

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