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May 24th 2009
Lanarkshire businesses pledged ¬¨¬£10,000 to ensure Scotland‚Äö?Ñ?¥s homeless football team could travel to the World Cup in Australia. The Scottish team, who won the tournament last year, feared they might not make there it this time after a sponsorship deal fell through. But online channel,, and office supply company Xltec, stepped up to offer financial support, and the team will fly out in time for kick-off on 1st December. The Homeless World Cup is an annual international football tournament which unites 48 teams of people from around the globe who are homeless or excluded from society. Celtic and Rangers pledged their support for the homeless team by allowing them to use their state-of-the-art training facilities for coaching sessions., who are based in Cumbernauld, have produced an online TV channel for the tournament and will be broadcasting daily updates from Melbourne.

December 2008



Squatting empty homes

Let's stop the move-ons

2012 and all that

A grim prediction

Winter warning from Spain

A dozen overdoses

Credit crunch Christmas - young most at risk of homelessness

Obligatory shelters in France?

Five shot at homeless camp in LA

Lidl says sorry

Credit crunch Christmas - street sleepers double over six months

Squatting couple killed by teen brothers

Poncho is back

City move-on charity wins award

Alcohol-related death in Reading

Credit crunch Christmas - recession hits homeless charity

Royal visit

McKellen backs gay homeless charity

Russian bomb hoaxer seeks good food

Arlington House landlords under investigation

Secret suicide

Curating the homeless

The Terminal

Cold snap

What does the word 'recovery' mean?

The homeless heroes - the cast

Don't put your eggs in one basket!

Shelter Scotland is 40

The crunch that stole Christmas

Going for a song

Capital expenditure

Walk this way


Empty buildings warning

Affordable housing budget


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