A homeless man has been found dead near this theatre in Chatham [Image: Google Maps].

This is what they wanted. Tories across the UK must be delighted at the news that another homeless person has frozen to death.

The string of deaths taking place this winter is the logical conclusion to the Tory plan for the lives of the poor.

Currently, the plan has poor people losing unemployment benefits through sanctions, and losing sickness or disability benefits by failing to qualify according to the nonsense standards of a make-believe, tick-box test.

The plan also requires poor people to lose an important part of housing benefit for the heinous crime of having been allocated accommodation that has more bedrooms than they are deemed to need, by local authorities that did not have any choice due to Tory legislation that required the sale of council houses.

In this way, according to the Conservative plan, poor people can be thrown onto the street where they can be expected to freeze to death during the winter.

What a shame we live in a country where the vermin live in mansions.

A lonely homeless man ‘froze to death’ in a doorway yards from a theatre packed with families watching a New Year pantomine.

Police were called to Solomons Road in Chatham, Kent, in sub-zero temperatures at 3.20am yesterday when the man, known locally as Greg, was discovered.

He had been sleeping rough with a group of three friends near the Central Theatre where TV Dancing on Ice star and Olympic gold medallist Robin Cousins was starring in Jack and the Beanstalk.

The tragedy comes less than a week after another homeless man, Michael McCluskey, was found dead a few minutes’ walk away in Chatham High Street on Christmas Eve.

Source: Lonely homeless man ‘froze to death’ in doorway yards from theatre packed with families watching New Year pantomime

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