Homelessness isn’t the result of personal failure – England’s broken and biased housing system is to blame. If you agree, join us to demand better.

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In the world’s sixth richest nation, it’s an outrage that anyone is without a home. The broken housing system does not protect people from homelessness. From a lack of social homes, to inadequate support for people who are struggling - more needs to be done. 

Becoming homeless isn’t a person’s fault – the system isn’t on our side. People are made homeless when they can’t get the support they need, when there’s not enough safe, secure housing, and when renters don’t have adequate rights.

We’re building a movement who believe that individuals cannot be held responsible for a housing emergency caused by a broken system. Together, we can demand better for people experiencing homelessness.

People experiencing homelessness aren’t to blame – England’s broken and biased housing system has let them down. Add your name if you want to join our movement and demand better.

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