Concern over children’s care providers’ 'debt-fuelled' £215m profit

Joe Lepper
Thursday, February 27, 2020

The six largest children’s social care providers in England made £215m in profit last year, as councils face mounting costs to support vulnerable children and families, a new report shows.

Concerns have been raised over the sustainability of funding for children's homes. Picture: Adobe Stock
Concerns have been raised over the sustainability of funding for children's homes. Picture: Adobe Stock

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