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Hundreds of residents of the budget hotel chain Travelodge, including homeless families housed there by local councils, have been turned out on to the street after it closed its premises.

The chain issued letters to all residents on Tuesday asking them to leave as soon as possible as they were “temporarily closing the hotels until further notice” in the light of the government’s extended coronavirus physical distancing guidelines issued on Monday.

This appeared to be in defiance of government guidance issued the same day which said that hotels looking after homeless families who had been placed in temporary accommodation at in hotels should not close.

 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavirus/homeless-travelodge-residents-turned-out-on-to-street/ar-BB11G9w0?li=BBoPRmx

 

 


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Shocking stuff, BF. What happened about being kind to people?

 

I see from this article that Britannia hotels are back in the news, having thrown out homeless people in Manchester. They're the people that made their staff homeless in Scotland.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/25/government-clashes-travelodge-after-homeless-told-leave

 

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So, did Travelodge help during the pandemic?

No!

 

https://didtheyhelp.com/travelodge/


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No they lost themselves a fair bit of custom once the crisis is over.


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Some councils used to temporarily house many vulnerable people in Travelodges.  Often those who have found themselves homeless, come with a number of other issues including mental health conditions.


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