The implication being '...but you don't, you tightwads!'
Deborah Robson-Grey, of Welsh Way, Witney, founded Homes4All this winter after seeing people camping out in the town in sub-zero temperatures and learning of many others struggling to find accommodation.Hmmm, OK....
“I couldn't believe that it was going on in this day and age. I started talking and other people seemed passionate about it straight away.
“We all put suggestions in and realised we didn’t want it to be about a specific group. Everybody should have the right to a roof over their head.
“Before we knew it, about 70 people had sent me private messages offering their support and it just kept exploding.”How heartwarming! How deserving!
The 49-year-old mum experienced the struggle of finding a property through the council herself in 2016, when she and her 22-year-old daughter tried to find a home in West Oxfordshire.
Following a fall which led to an infection, Ms Robson-Grey had her right leg amputated below the knee, making her housing requirements more specific than most. She and her daughter were moved around several hotels for a series of months before being housed.Hmmm, I don't see a father/husband mentioned. I wonder why?
Never mind, I'm sure the others are deserving...
Corey Jordan, 22, and Melissa Stratford, 19, are one couple Homes4All is aiming to support, both left with limited options due to difficult relationships with family.Hmmm....
The pair spent about eight months on the streets last year and are now staying with friends, moving from sofa to sofa.
They have two children – Katie, two, and 10-month-old Skye – who were taken into care, and Miss Stratford is pregnant again./facepalm
Mr Jordan said: “Me and Melissa don’t have many friends as it is. We don’t even have family. And it’s reached the point that we’ve asked so many people we’re getting close going back on the streets in the cold.
“We just feel powerless and left behind and it feels like people don’t want to listen. We need things like Homes4All because they help our voices be heard.”We've heard you. And we think your problems are entirely of your own making.