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Mar-Apr 2020 : MOVING ON

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News in Brief 125: Mar-Apr 2020

Our monthly round-up of what‘s been happening...

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Ace of Clubs

Photojournalist James Hopkirk helps people share their experiences on www.SouthLondonStories.com. He met Mark at Ace of Clubs' day centre

CORONAVIRUS : LONDON

A quick update of key services that are continuing to provide support in London during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

CORONAVIRUS : SCOTLAND

A quick update of key services that are continuing to provide support in Scotland during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Different city

Tours by Invisible Cities are with guides who love to show off their city, cracks and all. Report by Jack Hanington

My moving on plan

Sometimes moving on is lonelier than you’d think. Here’s help from regular the Pavement writer, McGinlay

Information

Dealing with diabetes
There is no diabetes outreach service for people who are homeless, but diabetes specialist nurse Judith Kennon, who is based in Glasgow, has some tips to keep you healthy
Do the maths

Cheap as chips phone deals picked by Ian Kalman

Housing help in England & Scotland: Your rights

Getting housing help from your local council in England and Scotland

Q: What is your local connection?

Ian Kalman points out that the law of connection has many inconsistencies between councils

Opinion

Four letters, one word

by Oscar Smith (extract)

Moving 'Em On

Livestreamed from PC Wellbeloved’s consciousness, by Chris Sampson

One step at a time

Changing things in life is difficult but when you are homeless and completely disempowered, it’s a concept that often gets buried by the need to survive. Here’s how Mat Amp found the transition from street to home.

Poem for the Pavement

This poem was written specially for the Pavement by the Neanderthal Bard – who has the best pen name for a poet ever. He’s also Crisis’s poet in residence. Can you use your experiences to write poetry and songs?

Serene Places

Another Poem for the Pavement by Rodney Young (extract)

What I'm thinking

David Lawrence remembers how false friends made his life tough

Obituaries

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Your voice

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