Byte Night sees corporate workers give up their beds for the vulnerable

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Byte Night sees corporate workers give up their beds for the vulnerable

Its one of the biggest mass charity events that's raised more than £7 million since it started. 

'Byte Night' is the corporate sleep out raising money for Action for Children where city workers give up their beds for one night to help change the lives of vulnerable young people. 

And it all started right here in London 18 years ago.

Alistair Brown explains more. 

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