"The number of homeless children being housed in temporary accommodation rose by more than a third in the last three years, according to official figures."
"Councils in England were now providing temporary housing for 120,540 children with their families, the Local Government Association said."
"It said the growth rate - of about 900 extra children every month - was unsustainable."
"The government said the figures were a worry but still below the peak of 2006."
"Based on the latest figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government, covering January to March 2017, there was a net increase of 32,650 (37%) since the second quarter of 2014 - an average of 906 extra children every month."