A charity says up to twenty thousand young people in the North East could be made homeless, under government proposals to cut housing benefit.
The Prime Minister has said that rather than claiming the money, people under twenty five should move back in with their parents, but the homeless charity Crisis says that won't be an option for many of them.
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