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PSPOs still a threat

 
April 19th 2017
 

Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) are being used to fine people for begging or sleeping rough.

Despite public outcry when Hackney Council tried, and failed, to target rough-sleeping with a new PSPO in 2015, the controversial orders are being used elsewhere in England.

The Metro reported that over a dozen PSPOs have been used to target begging, whilst at least another four have been served to rough sleepers.? Rick Henderson of Homeless Link criticised the use of PSPOs: "People that are sleeping on our streets need to be supported, not banned or fined." he said.

 
 
 

April/May 2017

 

Contents

Rogue landlords

Dual diagnosis

Object Hunters

Benefit cut for the young

Glasgow street death

Christian kitchen made homeless... again

Universal Credit U-turn

Welfare Fund to fill gaps

Calls for 'help-to-rent' scheme

Cop case takes the biscuit

PSPOs still a threat

The Homeless Barbers

Cardiff homeless rates soar

New resource for job seekers

The Homeless Period

Finland sets new benchmark

U.S. budget trumps poor

Tiny houses: good or bad?

Peru floods

'Work-for-a-day' pilot project

'Safe Space' for Sydney

 

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