Rough sleep in London
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New bid to tackle London's homeless

The 2012 Olympics originally marked the deadline for a group of charities to end rough sleeping in London, but numbers are rising.

With the recession, the number of homeless people in the city has increased, with more and more Eastern Europeans finding themselves out of work and on the streets.

But, as Tom Esslemont reports, new efforts are underway to tackle the problem.

  • 13 Jul 2012
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