Dame Louise Casey on Homelessness

Dame Louise Casey on Homelessness

By BBC Radio

Newscast

Wednesday, 24 June

Thousands of homeless people were moved into hotels at the start of the pandemic. Today the government announced £105 million for councils to help rough sleepers stay off the streets as lockdown eases and those hotels reopen for business. Homelessness “Czar” Dame Louise Casey tells us how this policy worked and the lessons we could learn from it. And, what will pubs really be like when they reopen in July? Studio director: Emma Crowe Producers: Ben Weiz, Natalie Ktena and Harriet Noble Assistant editors: Emma Close and Sam Bonham Editor: Dino Sofos
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