Homelessness in the capital increases

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Homelessness in the capital increases

The amount of people living on the streets has increased by 13 per cent since 2013.

Not only that, but since 2011, the figure rises to 62 per cent.

One charity is trying to tackle the rising numbers, with their latest campaign raising more than £500,000 to tackle the problem.

William Sieghart from StreetSmart explains more.

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