Getting people into homes will be a big priority, for jobs and benefits.
A Hull charity has reacted to increased levels of homelessness in the city, by providing forty more beds.
The difficult economic climate has brought a significant increase to the number of people without a place to live.
Doorstep already has 200 bed spaces throughout Hull.
Project Director Peter Drinkell says a home is a vital starting point.
"It's the first basic thing, you can't do anything without an address. You cannot claim benefit, there's no chance of getting a job if you haven't an address."
Primary schools in the East Riding have shot up the national rankings, achieving the best Key Stage 2 results of anywhere in Yorkshire & Humber.
For the last two years, Hull's team of Street Angel volunteers have become a regular sight on the city's streets on Friday and Saturday nights.
Real Aid, based in Tickton, have a long history of helping those in need, both at home and abroad.
The Labour Party have claimed that government cuts to local authority funding have hit Hull 16 times harder than more affluent areas.
Investigations continue this morning after the death of a man in Bridlington yesterday.