https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51646254 "The number of people estimated to be sleeping rough on one night in England has fallen for the second year running. Government figures showed 4,266 people sleeping outside in the autumn 2019 snapshot, a fall of 9% on the year before." "The single night snapshot also showed the first fall in London for six years, with 1,136 people recorded on the night of the count." "The new funding will go towards providing "move-on" accommodation for up to 6,000 rough sleepers." How many rough sleepers do we have according to the government? Is it 4,266, 1,136 or the 6,000 they are providing new funding for?