Museum of Homelessness opens at Tate Modern

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Museum of Homelessness opens at Tate Modern

A new project has been launched at Bankside which aims to show the untold history of rough sleepers.

It's called the Museum of Homelessness and is said to be the first archive of its kind in the UK.

The pop-up exhibition addresses a 102% increase in rough sleeping since 2010. 

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