90,000 children without permanent homes this Christmas

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90,000 children without permanent homes this Christmas
3rd November 2014

According to charity Shelter, three children in every school are homeless. 

Latest figures show there are over 90,000 children across England, Scotland and Wales without permanent homes, a rise of 15% over the last three years.

Pete Jeffreys explains why and how this rise has come about. He explains the negative impact this is having on children and how it is severly affecting their mental health. 

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