Every week 5,500 families approach English councils for help with homelessness, but vulnerable people are being left in limbo.
A new investigation reveals some UK cities have no affordable homes. See how many are available in your area.
Part one: A new investigation shows 94% of rented homes are too expensive for families on housing benefit, leaving people spiralling into crisis.
Arrest rates at Glastonbury are almost identical to the carnival – so why does the narrative persist?
Dying people are forced to use foodbanks and miss vital hospital appointments due to "failing system".
Exclusive: Kensington Council's £129m Property Windfall That Could Have Prevented Grenfell Cost-Cutting
Our investigation reveals vast property reserves could have been used to avoid cuts that saw unsafe cladding being added to the tower block.
'This is a digital exclusion double whammy' says Tom Watson MP
'Birmingham Has Had Enough': How Sell-Offs Are Seeing The Lights Go Down On The City's Public Spaces
'Do we fund social workers or swimming pools? It shouldn't be a choice'
Mass job cuts at councils have gone largely unnoticed by the public over the last decade.
The government is now investigating, amid concerns £23million may have been used unlawfully.