Although the majority of those housed in hotels during the pandemic have no recourse to public funds, there is no national plan to help them stay off the streets
Time is running out for Paul Atherton, a homeless man housed as part of the coronavirus Everyone In policy, as his eviction date looms
After an unprecedented effort to get ‘Everyone In’, the long-term fate of the homeless is uncertain
The research by UCL comes as the Bureau's final tally finds almost 800 people have died while homeless in the UK over the last 18 months
The government has pledged to make sure deaths are investigated by local authorities but the Bureau found little action is being taken
After learning that no official body counted the number of homeless people who have died, we set out to record all such deaths over the course of one year
A town built to solve London’s lack of post-war housing now faces a youth homelessness crisis unlike any other in the country. What’s gone wrong in Milton Keynes?
A council-run night shelter ran at half-occupancy over the winter. In the same period, seven homeless people died
As campaigners fight for answers over the death of a Windrush pensioner, the Bureau reveals reviews into homeless deaths are rarely happening.
The Bureau launches 'Dying Homeless' project to count deaths on UK streets