Shelter Scotland has called on the Scottish Government 'to commit to a new national homelessness strategy'.
Homeless people in the UK are regularly subjected to cruel and callous treatment and are 15 times more likely to have suffered verbal abuse.
Shocking research reveals Iain Duncan Smith's flagship benefit has left almost 9 in 10 claimants living in council housing in rent arrears.
Those who lose homes in capital may increasingly be rehoused outside London as local authorities struggle with cuts.
DWP accused of "peddling lies and deliberately misleading the public" about the impact of cuts to housing benefit for young people.
Labour leader says 'no one should be on the streets' in the sixth biggest economy in the world.
Labour’s John Healey says figures undermine government’s claim to protect society’s most vulnerable.
Homeless people report being kicked in the head, sexually assaulted, having bedding set on fire and being urinated on.
Lack of housing lawyers has led to fall in number of challenges to evictions at time of record repossessions in rental market.
Homelessness statistics show 24% increase in households with children residing in B&Bs for longer than six weeks in England.
Opposition plans to expand charity-run Clearing House scheme to tackle ‘rapidly rising’ problem of rough sleeping.
Charity says that rough sleepers are victims of ‘defensive architecture’ built to stop them resting outdoors.
Charity marks 50th anniversary by revealing homelessness hotspots including Birmingham, Bristol, Luton and Slough.
Two-thirds of local authorities with the highest number of rough sleepers fail to commission specialist mental health services.
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Panel upholds claim of Jacqueline Carmichael, who is disabled, and carers Paul and Susan Rutherford against housing law.
Tens of thousands more UK households will see their benefits capped on Monday despite little proof it grows employment.
Analysis of official data suggests more than 120,000 children in England, Scotland and Wales will be in temporary accommodation.
Labour leader said the government's cruel benefit sanction regime is making vulnerable people homeless.
Households facing loss of income include nearly 320,000 children, according to housing body.