Migrant Help has joined with 150 other organisations to voice our concerns about changes to immigration rules that could see non-UK nationals deported for rough sleeping.

In a joint letter on 1 December led by Focus on Labour Exploitation, (FLEX), Doughty Street Chambers, Hope for Justice, Anti-Slavery International and The Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group, the charities warn that the new rules could have severe consequences for confirmed and potential victims of modern slavery and put the wider homeless population at significant risk of exploitation.

You can read the full letter here