Former soldier Ed Stafford spends 60 winter days and nights on the streets with no money and shelter in an effort to find out more about Britain's homelessness crisis. His final report takes him to Glasgow, where the problem is being tackled with a set of progressive laws designed to get rough sleepers off the streets as quickly as possible. Since 2010, Scotland has seen a reduction in numbers and for Ed it proves to be a world of enlightenment. But with thousands living in B&Bs, hotels and temporary accommodation, there is still a long way to go. Last in the series.