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25 Nov 2016

Ceremony remembers 160 homeless people who died in London in the last year

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“The length of the list powerfully symbolises the struggles for many in London today, how easy it is to become homeless.”

Last week a service was held at St Martin-in-the-Fields to remember the 160 homeless people who died in London in the last year.

The names of people who had died while sleeping rough, or in hostels, were read out and there were performances by Streetwise Opera and the Choir with No Name.

The average age of death for someone on the streets is just 47.

Read the full story on the Big Issue website

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