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The EU Settlement Scheme can be a lifeline for people experiencing homelessness in the UK. But some key changes are needed to ensure that vulnerable people aren’t shut out of this opportunity to end their homelessness for good.


For those of us working with victims and survivors of domestic violence, the Domestic Abuse Bill...


On the night of May 31, 1933, Mr. Thomas Parker took shelter to sleep under a steam truck near th...


As the Action Group in Wales finalises its report on the overall approach to ending homelessness, the group's chair gives a sense of what the group will recommend.


The Homelessness Action Group’s first meeting of the new year, in Bangor, was a chance for the group to discuss in person the recommendations we’ve been developing since the end of November.


Too many people suffer the indignity and debilitating effects of homelessness. Crisis’ new resear...


As the dust settles on the general election, we can reflect on the fact that every political party made significant manifesto pledges to tackle homelessness. It seems the political class is now agreed that something must be done about the emergency of 170,000 people and households who are homeless.


In a few days’ time, voters will elect MPs to represent them in Westminster. Mewn ychydig ddyddiau bydd pleidleiswyr yn ethol ASau i’w cynrychioli yn San Steffan.


It’s almost time for voters across the UK to elect MPs to represent them in Westminster. At the...


This General Election, Crisis, along with Centrepoint, Depaul, Homeless Link, Shelter, St Mungo’s...