Man with mental health problems forced to sleep on Parent’s sofa after London council offers inadequate support
Hounslow Council ended his supported accommodation tenancy and forced him to live with his parents.
DWP figures show the majority of those affected by the benefit cap are single parent households.
Most homelessness families in temporary accommodation include at least one adult in work.
Government urged to slow down the roll-out of Universal Credit and fix outstanding problems.
Kit Malthouse once argued that it was "absolutely right" to make life "uncomfortable" for homeless people.
Housing federations join forces to warn that the Universal Credit system is “flawed” and causing debt, suffering and hardship.
George Brodie served in the first Gulf War and says he has been failed by the so-called 'military covenant'.
Rising homelessness "a direct result" of government cuts to welfare benefits and council funding, say Labour.
Croydon council failed to take into account a man’s life-threatening health conditions, says Ombudsman.
Labour say "it’s clear Ministers are still not building the homes the country needs".
Research shows a substantial rise in number of rough sleepers with mental health issues who have died on London's streets.
Nearly 9 in 10 homeless people have experienced serious mental health issues, according to a new report.
365,000 disabled people "trapped" in unsuitable homes and unable to find accessible housing.
Calls for the Government to prioritise the building of homes for social rent in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation says cuts, debts and housing costs push poor over the edge.
Damning report reveals how faith groups were left to fill the gap left by a lack of official support.
Reviews to find if deaths in England and Wales could be prevented ‘are not being used’.
A growing shift to online only benefit applications means some older people are at risk of missing out on vital financial support.
29,000 homeowners have yet respond to news that their mortgage interest support payments are about to end.
Unite will be holding a 'National Day of Action against Universal Credit' on Thursday 24 May.
Harsh benefit rules mean some young people are forced to live on less than £3 a day, report says.
The Guardian finds over 50 local authorities with PSPOs in place prohibiting begging and loitering.
Almost 600 adults and children were allegedly removed from the March homeless figures.
New Green Paper promises 'Houses for the Many' with a focus on building homes for social rent.