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October 25th 2017
| by Elly

Today, MPs from all parties will attend an Opposition Day Debate in the House of Commons to express their views on the Government's proposed reform of the funding system for supported housing.
 
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October 19th 2017
| by Gordon_Miller

The Salvation Army warmly welcome the new measures from the Prime Minister’s Modern Slavery Taskforce to improve the National Referral Mechanism.

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October 18th 2017
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army’s Isle of Wight Corps (church) will be opening its doors to allow rough sleepers on the island to seek shelter throughout the cold winter months.

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October 17th 2017
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army in Findochty is getting ready to mark a unique anniversary later this month.

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October 16th 2017
| by Gordon_Miller
Modern Slavery

A new report today reveals continued growth in victims of modern slavery requiring support from The Salvation Army. It highlights that 1,554 people have been referred to the organisation between July 2016 and June 2017. This is more than a 300 percent increase since 2011/12 (378) – the first year when The Salvation Army started running the Government contract for victim support.

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October 13th 2017
| by Elly

Ahead of Anti-Slavery Day on Wednesday (October 18), The Salvation Army has launched an animated film to highlight the common signs of modern slavery, enabling the public to help spot them – and play their part in putting an end to this monstrous crime.

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October 13th 2017
| by Elly
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Children and staff at Leigh on Sea Salvation Army are celebrating after its preschool maintained its ‘outstanding’ rating by the childcare inspectorate Ofsted.

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October 11th 2017
| by Joss

MP, Stephen Doughty officially launched a new era in homeless prevention when he opened a Floating Support service at The Salvation Army Community Centre in Walker Road, Cardiff on Friday (6 October).

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October 5th 2017
| by Joss
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MP, Tan Dhesi visited The Salvation Army in Slough on Wednesday (4 October) to see for himself the vital work the church and charity does to help the most vulnerable people in Slough and the surrounding areas.

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October 4th 2017
| by Joss

Here, Jonathon Graham, Policy Analyst for The Salvation Army, reviews the National Audit Office’s report on homelessness

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