A letter a day to number 10. No 1,531
Tuesday 23 August 2016.
Dear Mrs May,
Another homeless person has been attacked on the streets of Britain and is now in a coma, fighting for his life.
I cannot accuse your government of doing nothing when it is doing so much to create such fragile existences.
Homelessness is the embodiment of fragility on the public stage of everytown, shame on those who are offended and angered by this very public display of precariousness and assault those who unwillingly and unwittingly force it upon their attention, exposed, as they are, without privacy, dignity or security. Shame on all those who persecute those less fortunate than themselves.
I feel this insidious rise of precarity, at 65 I fear homelessness, it is not something I can ignore in an ever more insecure world, but I do not fear the homeless, for they are…
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