More than 100,000 children left homeless during lockdown, LGA warns

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Local authority leaders are calling for urgent action to reduce the number of children “stuck in temporary accommodation during lockdown”.

Children are left lonely and isolated from friends, the LGA has warned. Picture: Adobe Stock
Children are left lonely and isolated from friends, the LGA has warned. Picture: Adobe Stock

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