Ministers acknowledge long-term savings from Everyone In

By Dan Peters | 20 January 2022

Ministers have acknowledged that the Government’s Everyone In policy will achieve long-term savings despite arguing it is ‘not a sustainable approach’.

In response to a written Parliamentary question, minister for rough sleeping and housing, Eddie Hughes, did not confirm whether or not the Government had assessed the long-term savings from the policy, but said: ‘We know that moving people away from the streets and preventing rough sleeping in the first instance benefits people’s lives and saves public money in the long-term.’

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