Teens in care in Birmingham ‘without food or bedding’

Teenagers placed in an unregulated home in Birmingham have claimed residents were often short of food and sometimes not given bedding.

Councils paid up to £28,000 per month for a child in care to be accommodated by Rodor Housing and Support Limited.

Children as young as 15 lived in the house where they were given a small self-contained flat.

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