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Isle of Man's 'hidden homeless'

24 December 2013 Last updated at 12:18 GMT

Despite being home to many on the Sunday Times rich list, the Isle of Man also has a darker side which has been described by a charity as a "hidden problem".

A growing number of people have no home to call their own. Instead, they sleep in car parks and public toilets while seeking whatever food they can find.

Without housing associations or homeless legislation, some people are slipping through the safety net, the charity Housing Matters claims.

Kelly Foran reports.

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