Councils paying millions more for temporary accommodation in social housing shortage

An extra £118m, at least, will be spent this year on temporary accommodation, such as hotels and B&Bs, by councils, a Sky News investigation has found.

If trends continue, local authorities in England will spend nearly a quarter more (24%) this financial year than pre-COVID-19.

Outside London,...

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