Youth help scheme faces uncertainty
The Government was warned this month not to sign up to a scheme until it could u우리카지노nderstand how the scheme would play out.
The NSPCC, ActionAid and a number of other charities have all expressed concern about the prospects of this, arguing that it may be more cost-effective for the government to use the £10.7bn fund the NSPCC has said is essential to protect its own homeless children.
But there are doubts around the capacity of the scheme to support children and young people who have arrived without money. The Government has committed a further £100m of the money needed to fund the scheme, though there is still room for other funds, with more work to do.
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