The number of households left homeless in London has rocketed by 65.8 per cent in the past year.
New figures shone a light on the reality of rough sleeping as the figure was up from 1,460 to 2,420 in the British capital alone.
London boroughs had some of the steepest rises in the country as numbers more than doubled.
Haringey saw homelessness climb by more than 160 per cent to 168 and Tower Hamlets saw the number increase by 133 per cent to 156.
Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran, who held a House of Commons debate on rough sleeping this week, called on the government to end homelessness.
The Lib Dem MP slammed the "heartless" cut to Universal Credit saying it would "plunge even more people into poverty."
Across the country, 11,580 single households were assessed as rough sleeping at the time of approach which was up 39.4% from 2019 until 2020.
Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran said: "With rough sleeping figures tragically spiralling one thing is clear: we are in dire need of action from this Government who made a manifesto promise to end rough sleeping.
"Yet, despite making this promise they are working against this goal. They have failed to scrap the Vagrancy Act which criminalises rough sleepers, and their heartless cut to the Universal Credit uplift will plunge even more people into poverty.
"The Conservatives need to get serious about eliminating rough sleeping or risk breaking yet another promise to some of the most vulnerable people in society.
"The Liberal Democrats understand that we need to treat rough sleepers like people, giving them the support they want and need on an individual basis. That starts by scrapping the Vagrancy Act, rolling out Housing First across England and the Government committing to long-term funding for councils to give them the certainty they need."