A London hospital is pioneering a way to stop the so-called "revolving door" care of those who're homeless. At the moment, rough-sleepers can make a swift return for treatment, if they're sent back to the streets too soon. The Royal London in Whitechapel aims to prevent that, as Liz Wickham reports
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