55 homeless children have died in Temporary Accommodation since 2019

Homelessness and temporary accommodation have contributed to the deaths of at least 55 children in England since 2019, according to new data compiled by the National Child Mortality Database.

The majority of those who died were babies under the age of one.

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Formed in early 2022 and currently active, the APPG aims to improve the health, lives and experiences of families and single adults living in temporary accommodation across England. Using insights from lived experience the APPG will present solutions to the national Hidden Homelessness situation.

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