Domestic abuse survivors ‘falling through the cracks’ as system leaves them in ‘cycle of homelessness’

'If the government really wants to cut rough sleeping, it needs to try and root out domestic violence,' Labour MP Neil Coyle told The Independent last week. Domestic abuse victims are "falling through the cracks" into a spiral of homelessness while perpetrators regularly escape punishment, a report has warned. The study warns that vulnerable people are being failed by support services, as a shortfall in refuges and council housing them leaves them sleeping rough to escape violence. Read the full article here

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