1975 CHAR report re accomodation needs of young people

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Dear Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs,

In 1975 in response to the Johnny Go Home documentary there was a
debate in the House of Commons about Homelessness.

Michael Meacher announced in Parliament


Please could you send me the report and then the recommendations and actions taken by the Department from this report.

1. Department of Environment sponsored a research study with CHAR
re accommodation needs of young people.

Yours faithfully,

Cathy Fox

Yours faithfully,

Cathy Fox

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