One in eight children in care 'placed in unregulated settings'


One in eight children in care has now spent time in unregulated supported accommodation including hostels, caravans and tents, new figures from the children’s commissioner for England reveal.

Older teenagers are most likely to be placed in unregulated settings, the report shows. Picture: Children's commissioner for England
Older teenagers are most likely to be placed in unregulated settings, the report shows. Picture: Children's commissioner for England

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