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Rebecca is a journalist, editor and web writer with four years' experience in publishing. She is currently associate editor at Real Business magazine, and spends her days writing about entrepreneurs and small businesses.

  July 11th 2009

The Crime Reduction Initiative emphasises its work of promoting wellbeing with a change of name

The Crime Reduction Initiative (CRI), which is responsible for many homeless services across the UK and capital, particularly ou...

  May 22nd 2009

The honourable member for Shipley is exposed to the realities faced by homeless people

As part of the Centre for Social Justice's (CSJ) Inner City Challenge, Philip Davies, MP for Shipley, spent four days at St Geor...

  May 22nd 2009

Judge flummoxed by homeless chef‘s refusal to leave Gatwick

It sounds like a scene from the 2004 film, The Terminal. Like the fictional character played by Tom Hanks, Anthony Delaney has l...

  May 22nd 2009

San Francisco erects memorial plaques along the pavements where the city‘s homeless have died.

The Department of Public Works in San Francisco is piloting a scheme to erect memorial plaques along the pavements where the cit...

  May 19th 2009

Independent watchdog to move towards rating homeless organisations on user feedback

The Audit Commission has released New Key Lines of Enquiry (...

  May 19th 2009

Manchester mother thought the police were playing a cruel joke about her ‘dead‘ son

Police are searching for the family of a homeless man who was wrongly identified and cremated. The search started after a mot...

  May 19th 2009

Hugh Milroy and the rest of the EFC team are giving the ex-servicemen‘s charity a birthday facelift

As the Ex-Service Fellowship Centre (EFC) enters its 75th year, chief executive Hugh Milroy and the rest of the team are giving ...

  May 19th 2009

The Community is limiting its London services because problems - including over-spending - have eroded its capital

Voluntary organisation Simon Community, in London, is having to limit its services as a result of growing financial issues, it h...

  May 19th 2009

Rough sleeper assaults PCSO in a seemingly unprovoked attack

A rough sleeper has been charged with assault after a seemingly unprovoked attack on a police community support officer (PCSO) a...

  May 19th 2009

Geeks and nerds will bed down next to Tower Bridge to raise funds for a youth homelessness charity

Readers may find themselves bedding down with 'geeks' in October. 'Nerds' across the UK are taking part in the IT industry's ann...

  May 19th 2009

The theatre collective are bringing Orwell‘s Down and Out in Paris and London with Jack London‘s People of the Abyss bang up-to-date

The Cardboard Citizens are back with a vengeance, and this time it's Orwell. The theatre collective of homeless and ex-homeless ...

  May 19th 2009

The Housing Prison Advice Service provides a range of services for offenders and ex-offenders in prisons across the UK

Shelter's Housing Prison Advice Service was set up in Yorkshire and Humberside in 2004. It now provides a range of services for ...

  May 19th 2009

The festival is only weeks away - and open to everyone, homeless or otherwise

The Ten Feet Away festival is only weeks away. On 26th-29th July, St John's Church in Waterloo will be transformed into a verita...

  May 19th 2009

Residents escape as the best hostel in Camden is gutted

Tenants of a state-of-the-art homeless hostel in King's Cross were evacuated after fire broke out on the evening of 23rd May. Cu...

  May 19th 2009

Real Lettings will source affordable housing from the private rental sector

London homelessness charity Broadway has launched Real Lettings, a not-for-profit estate agency which provides affordable housin...


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