Charities maintain push for homelessness reform

By Sam Clayden | 06 June 2016

Leading housing charities have banded together in a bid to persuade MPs to reform homelessness legislation. 

The chief executives of Crisis, the National Housing Federation (NHF), YMCA and St Mungo’s said it was ‘devastating to individuals and counterproductive’ that councils could turn away homeless people who were not considered a 'priority' under the law. 

 

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