Homeless people in Stoke still face swingeing cuts to vital support services.
Stoke-on-Trent council called ‘callous’ for proposing penalty notice in city centre followed by court appearance and fine.
Charity used official government and FoI data to estimate 307,000 people sleeping rough or living in inadequate housing.
New survey reveals that many councils are struggling to provide children and their families with the support they desperately need.
Revelation comes as MPs call on the UK Government to reduce the mandatory six-week waiting time.
Housing federation says new system poses challenge to landlords, and Guardian investigation reveals claimants’ frustration.
Report by Crisis finds that many single homeless people are being denied access to social housing.
Survey shows that only 1 in 4 social workers feel England's adult social care system is 'fair and safe', due to devastating funding cuts.
New report reveals that two-thirds of English councils have closed or cut emergency funds, causing greater hardship to low-income families.
National Audit Office says ministers have no grip on the causes of issue that costs the taxpayer more than £1bn a year.
South Lanarkshire Council says tenants in receipt of universal credit have accrued rent arrears totaling more than half a million pounds.
Councils forced to exceed their budgets by £605 million in order to protect children at immediate risk of harm.
Crucial support disappearing as Tory austerity continues to hit the most vulnerable.
City council under fire after legal notices pinned to rough sleepers’ bags left in shop doorways.
Figures from 72 councils show more than 12,000 properties have been sold off since 2014 but only 4,309 have been built.
Local authorities plan to find £824m of savings, meaning they will be spending £6bn less on social care than in 2010 when austerity began.
Conservative MP Bob Blackman’s Homelessness Reduction Bill has been granted royal assent.
Some councils are making ‘take it or leave it’ offers to families to be housed as far away as Birmingham, despite disruption to jobs and school.
Experts warn cuts risk worsening thousands of older and vulnerable people's quality of life.
Rochdale Borough Council urged to ditch proposals banning people from 'placing themselves in a position to beg or solicit money'.
Council leaders say local authorities in England should be able to target the extra cash where it's needed most.
Since 2004 the number of children with disabilities has risen by 50% but fewer appear to qualify for council help, according to National Children’s Bureau.
Social care in England faces a funding gap of at least £2.6 billion by 2020.
Herefordshire Labour Party condemn closure of facilities that provide ALL of the county's day opportunities for adults with learning disabilities.