On the streets, in a hospital, a hostel or a B&B: across the UK the deaths of people without a home have gone unnoticed.
Tonight we’re attempting to shed new light on a hidden tragedy.
Research by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism suggests at least 449 homeless people have died in the UK in the last year – at least 65 of them on the streets.
The homeless charity Crisis says the figures are “deeply shocking”. They want such deaths to be better investigated and recorded.