How Tory Budget Cuts Have Created London’s Rough Sleeping Epidemic

London residents over the last few years will have noticed by eye, the rise of rough sleepers on the street.

Many corners of the capital’s central corners have been occupied by dwellers that have lost their homes, or migrants from the EU and refugees that have not had adequate support.

In five years figures have more than doubled for those sleeping rough on London’s streets. In 2011,the number of rough sleepers on the streets of London amounted to 2,181 and the latest figures indicate that circa 7,500 are now sleeping rough.

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Source: Neon Nettle

Source: Neon Nettle

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