Please help us to help more homeless people by setting up a monthly direct debit.

the Pavement relies on donations and volunteering from individuals and companies...


current issue


London edition (PDF 1.33MB)


Scottish edition (PDF 1.35MB)


Recent tweets


Austerity? Greeks think again

April 8th 2015

The Greek parliament has given the thumbs-up to supporting its poorest citizens with food subsidies, free electricity and housing allowances for thousands struggling during the country’s harsh economic crisis – despite having nearly run out of money.

The “humanitarian crisis” bill aimed at helping the poorest people in Greece was put forward by the country’s new left-wing government, but got strong support from across the board.

Prime minister Alexis Tsipras was voted in earlier this year based on his party’s anti-austerity policies.

However, the move have severely ruffled feathers at the EU Commission, which insists Greece must run new policies by it first.

The move came as Germany warned that time was “tight” for debt-wracked Greece, though Tsipras is hoping for a breakthrough in talks on Geece’s debt in an upcoming summit in Brussels.


April 2015



Upfront: Sanctions

General election special

Children ‘rough sleeping’

The homeless way is Essex

Superhero helps rough sleepers

Stereotypes sell for funders

Marching to make a difference

Stop and search power abuse

Spikes replaced by sprinklers

Austerity? Greeks think again

Advice: rough sleeping


Back Issues

© Copyright 2009-2014 The Pavement. Established 2005 Registered Charity No. 1110656 Scottish Charity Register No. SC043760 ISSN (online) 1757-0484