Shouldn't this be homelessness?
Talk about it here.
The homeless were people so poor that they didn't have homes. Homeless people were sometimes called tramps.
During the Great Depression, many homeless people in America lived in shanty towns called Hoovervilles. In 1930, Hooverville residents in New York City were abducted by the Cult of Skaro and converted into pig slaves. (TV: Daleks in Manhattan / Evolution of the Daleks)
In 1966, a tramp was killed by labourers under WOTAN's control after he discovered them building War Machines. (TV: The War Machines) Dodo Chaplet became homeless shortly after leaving the First Doctor, but was rescued by James Stevens. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)
In the 1970s, a tramp named Pigbin Josh was captured and killed by Axos. (TV: The Claws of Axos) Some years later, a tramp was run over by a hovercraft driven by the Third Doctor, who was chasing Lupton. (TV: Planet of the Spiders)
On a Christmas Eve in the late 20th century, the Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon and Zoe Heriot stopped a desperate homeless man named Charlie from robbing the Midnight Mission in Los Angeles. (PROSE: Goodwill Toward Men)
In the early 21st century, with increasing pollution bringing declining health, the Butler Institute acquired homeless people as a source of replacement organs for the corporation's employees. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)
In 2012, Henry van Statten, who often had his employees mind-wiped and abandoned on the streets of various cities, suffered this fate himself at the hands of Diana Goddard as punishment for all the deaths caused by his Dalek. (TV: Dalek)
In the 2010s, homeless people in South Wales were targeted by reconfigured Sorvix fire drones who gave them the choice of death or injection with experimental drugs. Tyler Steele was one such person, resorting to prostitution in order to make money. He remarked that regular people ignore the plights of the homeless and himself ignored the existence of a homeless friend after being set up at the Hub. (AUDIO: Hostile Environment)