Tragedy as baby who slept in car with homeless parents dies

Reblogged on: https://sassonhann.wordpress.com/

It was only a matter of time before a child died due to welfare reform. It makes you wonder whether other children have died too. Sympathies and prayers to the family.

Benefit tales

A BABY forced to sleep in a car with his homeless parents has died.

A BABY forced to sleep in a car with his homeless parents has died.

Donald, who was born prematurely at Poole Hospital, was just two-months-old when he passed away.

He and his parents featured in the Daily Echo in July when they spoke about their struggle to find a home in the Bournemouth area.

 The cause of Donald’s death is not known at this time.

The family’s plight was originally highlighted by Claire Matthews, who runs the Hope for Food soup kitchen in Bournemouth. Claire contacted the Echo to say Donald had died and said his parents, now living in Kent, were “grief-stricken.”

 “They are in a very dark place at the moment, they have nothing to live for now,” she said.

Claire, whose organisation has offered to help pay for Donald’s funeral, said the parents…

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