Daily roundup: Homelessness, legal system, and children's services

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Housing benefits freeze sees young people stuck in hostels; Cafcass completes government department move; and social enterprise takes over Richmond and Kingston children's services, all in the news today.

Young homeless people are unable to move into independent accommodation because of high private sector rents. Image: Arlen Connelly
Young homeless people are unable to move into independent accommodation because of high private sector rents. Image: Arlen Connelly

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