One homeless child suffering from bone cancer is now sleeping in his grandmother's dining room
A rundown of the latest property statistics
One of the Nottingham City Council posters warns: 'Begging: Watch your money go to a fraud'
'I wanted to give my beloved the wedding she deserved but I couldn't. Thanks to the kindness of people I've now been able to'
'Sleepbus' will focus on giving the homeless a good night's rest
Andy Tulpett is building a map of services and resources for the country's homeless
Dismissal raises questions for the force, who have defended their use of a 200-year-old law to arrest people for begging
Shelter in 2013 found that 8 million Britons were just one pay cheque away from losing their homes - and I met a woman once who proved that
Street homelessness is a visible signal of a broken housing market with much wider ramifications
Charities warn welfare cuts and a chronic housing shortage are now taking their toll on the country’s most vulnerable
The rise comes after the Government ended a major anti-homelessness programme that charities say was working
'The tents must go. Period,’ said a government official
Staff at the LUSH store say they 'have always felt safer' with Lottie outside the shop
Critics argue that fines imposed for begging offences simply increase the financial burden on rough sleepers
'He was crying at first but then happy'
Dean Kirby explores the shocking conditions in which the city’s poorest are living