Thank you, your support of Stop the Scandal has taken a major step forwards. By campaigning for change with St Mungo's, and sharing your voice, we and our partners at Crisis are delighted to announce the Homelessness Reduction Bill passed to Committee stage on Friday 28 October.
Stop the Scandal campaign launched with an open letter to the Prime Minister calling for a new rough sleeping strategy and change to homelessness law.
You helped spread the word and more people continued to sign our open letter. We reached 5,000 signatures,.
Following intensive lobbying from campaigners like you, Conservative MP Bob Blackman introduced the Homelessness Reduction Bill which had its first reading, in the House of Commons, in June.
St Mungo's and corporate sponsor Hitachi Consulting broke the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people in sleeping bags, to raise awareness of the campaign.
On World Homelessness and Mental Health Day, we delivered our letter to 10 Downing Street - 15,012 of you signed it. Thank you.
Almost 4,000 of you emailed your MP asking them to attend the 2nd reading of the Homelessness Reduction Bill. On this day, it was passed to Committee stage.
Thank you so much for your support.