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Britain’s rising rural homelessness is a hidden crisis made worse by looming council bankruptcy

By Helen Carr, Professor in Law, University of Southampton
Carin Tunåker, Lecturer in law, University of Kent
A number of local councils in England, including Birmingham, Nottingham and Croydon, have effectively declared themselves “bankrupt” in recent years, and many more are at risk. A decade of cuts to local authority budgets and increasing demands on services such as social care are forcing councils to make difficult financial decisions. But it’s not just inner-city councils in low-income areas whose threadbare services are…The Conversation

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