A record number of people are now sleeping rough in the capital

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A record number of people are now sleeping rough in the capital

A record number of people are now thought to be sleeping rough in the capital.

 

Figures released today from the Combined Homelessness and Information Network says more than three thousand people were found living on the streets between July and September, a significant rise on the previous quarter.

 

Francesca Albanese is from the charity, CRISIS.

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