With summer coming to an end, homeless shelters will be ramping up preparations for the approaching cold weather, after a record number of people were seen sleeping rough in London last year. It is now more than a year since you set out your Plan of Action– what progress are you making with Government to secure the £574m needed to eradicate rough sleeping?
Thank you very much for that response, Mr Mayor. I was pleased to see from your response to one of my written questions that the GLA does not pass on rough sleepers’ details to the Home Office. I am also pleased that Haringey and Islington Councils have done similar. What can you do to make sure that no London boroughs see deportation as the answer to our homelessness crisis?
Thank you very much. Of course, another thing that might be seen by people who are sleeping rough as a threat of deportation may come as a result of a noâdeal Brexit and the possible end of freedom of movement. Do you think there is a risk that some of the most vulnerable Londoners on our streets will get caught up in this and either be denied access to vital services or be scared of...
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