Crisis takes over warehouse

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The Independent Online
Martin Meaney from north London drinking a cup of tea courtesy of Crisis. The charity has taken over a warehouse in Islington to provide shelter for 2,000 homeless people for eight days over Christmas. Other shelters are in Barrow-in-Furness, Southport, Skelmersdale, Lancaster, Stoke, Peterborough, Glastonbury, Hastings, Hull, Oxford and Haverhill, all offering food, showers, bedding, clothing and medical treatment.

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