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Families In B&b Accommodation Total Hits 10-Year High

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The number of families without accommodation being put up by local councils in B&Bs has risen to its highest in 10 years.

New government figures show that 2,090 families with children in England were living in a B&B at the end of June.

That is the highest figure since September 2003, and an 8% increase on the same month last year.

But the government said the number of people without accommodation is much lower now than it used to be.

The figures also show that one in three families have been living in a B&B for more than six weeks, the statutory maximum.

Great news for the B&B industry though?

So the numbers are is at a 10 year high but the govt said the number of people without accommodation is much lower than it used to be?

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