Rough sleeping stats: 'We're still a long way from zero'

By Dan Peters | 25 February 2021

The number of people sleeping rough in England was up by more than half on 2010 despite the Everyone In scheme, the latest annual snapshot has shown.

Official statistics showed there were 2,688 people estimated to be sleeping rough on a single night in autumn 2020 - up by 920 or 52% since 2010.

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