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May 20th 2009
 
David Cameron has called for the elderly to open their homes to families without permanent residence to combat the isolation of older people. Speaking at Age Concern in east London, Mr Cameron said this was one solution to removing barriers between generations and 'airbrushing' isolated elderly members back into society. He recommended that in return for accommodation, the guests could carry out household chores. "It's a perfect example of social responsibility, of the generations coming together," Mr Cameron added. Anyone fancy sharing in Notting Hill?
 
 
 

November 2006

 

Contents

The Homeless World Cup: the trophy and the wooden spoon

Trawling for stories

Ethnic trends in homeless

LA hospital dumps homeless

Cardboard Citizens do Timon

Flat share

Dome Village closure

New A8 restrictions planned

Thames Reach and Bondway rebrand

Street count figures

Scots Wahey!

Alternatives to hostels: No. 3 - The Homeless Front

Fareshare

A lexicon of homeless industry jargon: No. 3

 

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