John, a regular visitor to the Homeless Drop-In Centre at Hanley Baptist Church in Stoke-on-Trent. John says, "I don't believe in people robbing me all the time, or taking advantage of me because I'm 62. I'm on a pension, ?119.05 per week. I've been all over the country. There's nothing unique about Stoke-on-Trent, why should there be? What's unique about any place?" With a dramatic demise of once world-renowned industries, the number of homeless throughout the city has increased steadily over the years and currently stands at more than twice the national UK average.
John, a regular visitor to the Homeless Drop-In Centre at Hanley Baptist Church in Stoke-on-Trent. John says, "I don't believe in people robbing me all the time, or taking advantage of me because I'm 62. I'm on a pension, ?119.05 per week. I've been all over the country. There's nothing unique about Stoke-on-Trent, why should there be? What's unique about any place?" With a dramatic demise of once world-renowned industries, the number of homeless throughout the city has increased...
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