Coronavirus: A ban on evictions and help for rough sleepers, House of Commons Library (updated 25th June 2020)

This briefing paper explains measures the Government has put in place during the coronavirus outbreak to assist households to retain their homes and to enable local authorities to tackle the specific challenges faced by rough sleepers. The paper is being updated regularly to take account of new developments.
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