33 thoughts on “British working poor become working homeless

  1. This is deplorable! Reminds me of where I had resided when I was homeless. The only upswing to this story was that the families were kept together. That was the only good thing! Here, they can separate families, depending on the circumstances.
    Also, if you get stuck in the Social Services System, you either are not allowed to work, or you are allowed to work, but then your housing is compromised. It’s a no-win situation.
    The only way I was able to get out of my situation was that I was able to collect disability and move in with a friend, or the housing facility that I was in for take up to 88% of what I would earn, and leave me $34 a month for food/necessities. No matter how you break it out, the system sucks!!!

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