Rough Sleeper: What I learnt when I spent a year on the streets.

Rather than helping the real people who are homeless and rough sleeping Adam Holloway undermines rough sleepers!

They are only about supporting those in the Corporate Club.

Rough Sleeper: What I learnt when I spent a year on the streets.

From Adam James Harold Holloway: In truth, I was relieved, because potentially sleeping for weeks on a floor in a room where the lights are always on, with 30 other people, was rather less attractive to me than the freedom I had enjoyed at Covent Garden, or around the victims of spice in Victoria. Of course, if I was ill or old, I would have been grateful for this space on the floor and the plan for housing that they would in time have made for me.

Adam James Harold Holloway was born on the 29th July 1965 in Faversham Kent, the son of the Revd. Roger Holloway OBE (died 2010). He was privately educated at Cranleigh school before going to Magdalene College Cambridge where he studied social and political sciences, graduating as MA, before postgraduate studies at Imperial College London (MBA) (Wikipedia).

Prime Minster’s pick for rough sleeping under fire over homelessness comments.

Adam Holloway once told fellow MPs: “sleeping rough is a lot more comfortable than going on exercise when I was in the Army”.

Emergency measures to get people off the streets quickly and housing first pilots can only go so far, if you don’t have the stable homes to back them up.” Wednesday 26th February 2020 22:32 rough sleeper

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