Why I don’t think we should be celebrating Manchester being named the best UK city to live in (yet…
Sam Jones

Good blog dude. Is the problem in part due to our (Manchester’s) success? I’d say being a great city, and having a reputation for looking after the homeless, makes us an attractive target for more? It’s a noble reputation, and one to be proud of, but as in the rest of life, success breads success. I forget the percentage, but when the Neville & Giggs opened up Stock Exchange building (and got a huge amount of 3rd party support to help further), there was a reported influx of homeless people into Manchester. We have always been great at welcoming everyone, and I didn’t see one negative comment about it, but increasing numbers might just be because of how great we are, and how great we are at caring for everyone?

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