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And over the past four years, according to research by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, the UK has spent almost £2bn in temporary housing for homeless families – enough to build 72,000 homes.

Shadow housing minister Jack Dromey said the use of budget hotels was a “clear sign” that the coalition Government’s housing policies were failing. “It might be good business for hotel chains but it’s bad value for the taxpayer and completely inappropriate for homeless families who have no place else to go.

The percentage of homeless families in hotels or bed and breakfast accommodation is now at its highest level for a decade, government figures show.

And, as a result, spending by Britain’s largest cities on so-called “bed and breakfast accommodation” has increased by 25 per cent the past year to £91.1m.

A number of councils have now concluded that chains such a Travelodge and Premier Inn offer better value than the smaller hostels which have traditionally been used.

Ed Turner, the Deputy Leader of Oxford City Council, said the situation was “grim” and added: “The reason we use places like Travelodge is because you can’t find anywhere else.

“I’ve spoken to a parent who has had to move his children to a Travelodge because he was being evicted from the home he had occupied – and he had no idea how he was going to get his kids to school.

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