Spotify is the very terror of the age apparently, as it means that we, the customers out here in the market, get masses of free (or at least very cheap) music, while the producers of it, the songwriters and bands, get fractions of a penny. Well done Mr. Harris over at The Guardian, this is the very point of a market economy in the first place. To be inelegant about it, sod the producers and look at the consumption.
In The Times:
Those sleeping rough can be broken down into two groups: the transient homeless who get picked up and placed in at least temporary accommodation quite quickly, and those for whom accommodation isn’t the problem at all.
Indeed, many of this second group, who suffer from a variety of illnesses, would still have roofs over their heads were it not for their distinct problems. The difficulty is not in finding them accommodation; it is in keeping them in it when they have it.