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Commemorating the Tory death toll: These snow effigies of homeless people were created in 2018 to demonstrate that rough sleepers were freezing to death [Image: @TrevorCoultMC on Twitter].

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On Sunday I was walking on High Holborn and I passed a homeless person lying dead on the ground.

The ambulanceman had turned him onto his face so as to not disturb the passers-by – it was a heart-breaking scene that will stay with me for the rest of my life.

The next day on Euston Road I saw a homeless man, in a nest of dirty blankets, lying on the ground.

He was unconscious and his face was the colour of putty. He looked dead to me but the police who surrounded him hadn’t covered him up and were clearly waiting for an ambulance to arrive so life still existed inside him.

I hold every single Tory voter PERSONALLY responsible for the terrible fate of these two men.

This is Tory Britain and we’ve now got five more years of it.

At least five more years, if Boris Johnson has his way and ends fixed-term Parliaments.

The same person later added: “I’ve been walking on [those] streets for 45 years and I’ve never seen anything like what I’ve just witnessed.”

New figures from homelessness charity Shelter show that in England alone, one in every 200 people will be spending Christmas without a home to call their own – that’s 280,000 people – including 135,000 children.

The charity says a child loses their home every eight minutes in Boris Johnson’s England – that’s 183 children a day.

They won’t all be sleeping on the streets – and that’s lucky, because a rough sleeper dies every 19 hours in Boris Johnson’s Tory Britain.

And it didn’t have to be this way.

Labour would have housed these people and given them hope for the future.

But 14 million Conservative voters made sure that any hope was extinguished.

They demanded that 183 children continue to become homeless every day.

They demanded that 280,000 people would spend Christmas without a home.

And yes, they have blood on their hands because they absolutely demanded that a homeless person has to die every 19 hours.

In fact, by demanding a Boris Johnson Tory government, they probably demanded that this death rate should accelerate.

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