Homeless hope for Christmas after Hull hotel snub

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A second hotel in Hull has stepped in to offer 28 homeless people rooms over Christmas after their previous booking by a homeless project was cancelled, reports the BBC.

The group had been due to stay at the Royal Hotel in Hull but were then told they could not, prompting an outcry.

The hotel later said they had been told about damage to rooms by the group at an Ibis hotel last Christmas.

Raise the Roof Hull Homeless Project says the allegations are “lies” and Ibis denies the claim.

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