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Shelter: Nearly 2m working adults still living with parents

Nearly two million 20-34-year-olds are still living with their parents despite being in employment, according to a housing charity.

A survey commissioned by the charity also found that nearly half (48%) of 250 young adults who live with their parents said they do so because they cannot afford to rent or buy their own home.

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Adults 'forced to live like teenagers' over housing crisis

Two million adults in Britain are being forced to still "live like teenagers" because they cannot afford to move out of home, the head of housing charity Shelter said.

Roger Harding told ITV News the government needs to build more affordable housing to "give them some hope."

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