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Being homeless felt inevitable': after years in care, I was living in a tent. Who was to blame?
Daniel Lavelle is a UK based freelance writer, who has written for The Guardian on social problems including homelessness and mental illness.
In this recent article, Daniel tells his own story of being in care, of doing night school while working full time, and of becoming homeless in 2013 towards the end of his university degree.
The article is an extract from his soon to be published book: Down and Out: Suriving the Homelessness Crisis.