Senior figures working in homelessness are calling on the Scottish Government and NHS Scotland to urgently investigate the deaths of those who are homeless.
Homeless people are often charged by local authorities for storing their personal belongings after they lose their accommodation.
Edinburgh's homeless system is reaching breaking point due to surging demand and a lack of housing. Meanwhile there's money to be made for private owners.
Local authorities across Scotland have paid out more than half a billion pounds putting homeless people in temporary accommodation in the last five years.
1491 affordable homes built in Scotland since 2012 are to be sold off within a decade of construction, prompting claims that the Scottish Government has 'revived the right-to-buy.'
The Scottish Government has been urged to drop Help to Buy subsidies for home-buyers after data reveals it mainly benefits big house-builders.