The number of homeless children has hit a 14-year high - with almost 130,000 stuck in B&Bs and temporary shelter.
Devastating new figures today show there were 129,380 children living in temporary accommodation in England on March 31.
The number is up 3.1% on last year and is the highest quarterly figure recorded since summer 2006.
More than two-thirds of all people stuck in temporary accommodation - a measure of homeless - have dependent children living with them.
And some 1,550 parents with children are living in what are supposed to be short-term B&Bs.
While that was a 29% drop on last year, 530 of those parents had still been in B&Bs beyond the legal limit of six weeks.