SPEAR signs joint letter to party leaders

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We’ve joined over 50 homelessness organisations from across the country in signing Homeless Link’s letter to Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer and Sir Ed Davey, urging them to take decisive action to bring down levels of homelessness and rough sleeping should they lead the next Government.

The letter, which has been reported on in The Independent, was coordinated by Homeless Link and signed by a range of organisations including SPEAR, Shelter, Crisis, St Mungo’s, the National Housing Federation and Centrepoint. It calls for the next Government to enact Homeless Link’s four key asks, as outlined in its Manifesto to End Homelessness.

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We’ve joined over 50 homelessness organisations in signing Homeless Link’s letter to Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer and Sir Ed Davey