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The Metropolitan police commented on this as follows: “Police and Partners work together to support those sleeping rough whilst balancing the needs of the wider community… Support is offered by the local authority and many local charities with shelters and rest centres.”

But this woman’s account is that they simply threw her out.

We don’t even know if they contacted StreetLink, the organisation mentioned in an article on This Site.

Perhaps they felt no need – they certainly mentioned enough others. But where were they all?

Police forced a homeless woman to go out into the cold after moving her on from the warm car park corridor she was sleeping in.

As temperatures dropped to minus 11 in parts of Britain, LBC went out with homeless charity Nightwatch last night.

And they were most concerned about one rough sleeper, a middle-aged homeless woman called Jo.

Speaking to LBC’s reporter Rachael Venables, Jo said: “I was in the corridor of Q car park and three police officers kicked me out.

“They told me that people pay a lot of money to live in those flats and they don’t really want people dossing in the corridor.

“All I said to them is it’s freezing out there. I just got up and left. It seems like whenever I find places like that, I get kicked out. It’s too cold at the moment.”

Jo told Rachael that she feels finding somewhere warm to sleep is a matter of life and death this week.

Source: Police Kicked Homeless Woman Out Of Warm Corridor And Into The Cold | LBC


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