Why are there no homes for the homeless?

A lot of people are asking themselves the same question: “Why aren’t we building more homes for homeless people?”.

In the last few years, more than 20,000 homeless people in the UK have been housed.

Many have been forced to live in temporary accommodation, while others have been living in the street, on the streets and in overcrowded buildings.

The number of homeless people living on the street is growing, with some estimates suggesting that the number is rising by a factor of four.

And it’s not just homeless people who are experiencing homelessness.

A new report from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) has revealed that the UK has one of the highest rates of homeless in the world.

It is estimated that 1 in 4 homeless people lives in the capital city of London.

The figures show that the capital has one in four homeless people, and that the average Londoner is more likely to be homeless than a person living in a city such as New York.

The RSPCA says that homeless people are living in overcrowding, inadequate housing and inadequate mental health services, with a further 25 per cent of those surveyed reporting being homeless.RSPCA executive director and director of public policy, Catherine Allen, said: “Homelessness is a health and social problem in this country.

Homeless people who live in the streets face additional challenges including health and mental health issues, including anxiety, depression and substance abuse issues, and other life-altering issues such as homelessness.””

Homewares are often too expensive for people to afford, and often not accessible to people who need them.”

“Homeless people who live in the streets face additional challenges including health and mental health issues, including anxiety, depression and substance abuse issues, and other life-altering issues such as homelessness.”

According to the RSPCA, London’s housing stock is inadequate and there are more than 7,000 properties in the city.

Allen said that the city is a “global leader in homelessness”, with a “world-class network of homeless services”, including housing, social housing and support services for people in need.

“The number one priority of the RSLCA is to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of the homeless, so we have dedicated staff working around the clock to ensure that the vulnerable, those most at risk and the homeless are treated with dignity and respect,” she said.

According to RSPCO figures, London has more than 1.7 million homeless people.

In 2014, there were 2,633 people living in emergency accommodation, and 2,539 people living at the bottom of the social housing spectrum.

The majority of homeless homeless people have no contact with the local authority, while the majority of those living in temporary housing have a limited access to public services.

In the UK, only 1 in 8 homeless people is on a housing waiting list, with most of those people being housed in public accommodation.

In 2015, an estimated 17.3 million people in England and Wales were living on social assistance, and 1.5 million were living at home.

In a report released in April, the RCP released the results of a survey on homelessness which showed that more than half of people in Britain have been in homelessness at some point in their lives.