Barnardos Is Welcoming The Trend Towards Fewer Children Living In Emergency Accommodation
New Department of Housing figures were published yesterday
However, it wants the Government to prioritise services to the 2,653 kids forced to live in hotels and B&Bs during the pandemic.
New figures show there were 134 fewer children sleeping rough in June than in May this year.
Barnardos CEO, Suzanne Connelly is calling on the Government to give homeless children a proper home:
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