Children's social care spending rises five per cent

Neil Puffett
Thursday, August 28, 2014

Local authority spending on children's social care has increased by more than five per cent in a single year, government figures show.

Spending on children's social care, such as looked-after children's services, rose by £340m in 2013/14.
Spending on children's social care, such as looked-after children's services, rose by £340m in 2013/14.

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