West Ham owner David Sullivan says he is still helping set up Stephen Jones in a flat, as promised
Jessica Parker saw estranged son on TV news when he was interviewed about heroic efforts to help injured Ariana Grande fans fleeing arena
Stephen Jones, who pulled nails from the arms and faces of injured children before paramedics arrived, claimed it was what 'anyone would have done'
To a young audience overwhelmed by bad news and political impotency, a charity fundraiser offered some much-needed respite
Alarmed by rising rates of rough sleepers, the people of Bristol took to social media to find a solution. The result? Converted shipping containers and a volunteer-run social enterprise
50 extra pairs of tickets are up for grabs
Women at risk of taking up the offer of sex for accommodation are in a perilous position. Many do not have a regular place to call home; they are sleeping on the streets, in hostels or other insecure accommodation, or they may be staying with violent partners
Tim Farron has announced his party would seek to reinstate housing benefit for 18 to 21-year-olds
Exclusive: Local councils are turning away women like Linda, despite an obligation to house them
Lack of affordable residences, along with government funding cuts and welfare restrictions, increases UK's homeless population by 6 percent over last year to 58,000 people
Company says he was taking leftover food from customer trays
His unkempt grey hair and immense beard were trimmed, tidied and dyed black, turning him from dishevelled homeless man into stylish hipster
Election chiefs protest over rules which require the young and poor without a home to print out a form – while the ‘15-year rule’ for expats is axed
It’s no fluke that over half of rough sleepers in London are Eastern European. Their access to benefits has been severely restricted, and often their only option is rough sleeping, the penalty for which is deportation. Funny: it’s as if EEA nationals have been set up to fail in the UK
Report describes 'creeping process of changes' leading to those meant to protect vulnerable becoming 'informers'
'Homeless people need to be helped, not criminalised,' activists say