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Jeremy Corbyn pledges to end homelessness in five years

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Jeremy Corbyn pledges to end homelessness in five years

Jeremy Corbyn pledges to end homelessness in five years

Jeremy Corbyn pledges to end homelessness in five years as he meets homelessness outreach workers at Surviving the Streets UK in Hastings, East Sussex.

The Labour leader helps pack food up before going out into the town with outreach workers.


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