Coronavirus: UK emergency housing funding running out

When COVID-19 erupted, the UK government told local authorities to find rooms for the homeless and people in shelters.

The number of Britons sleeping on the streets fell dramatically during the coronavirus lockdown.

Most towns and cities found accommodation for them.

But there is concern the housing funding will dry up as emergency restrictions are lifted.

Al Jazeera’s Rory Challands reports from Brighton on England’s south coast.