Report warns that vulnerable children are being sedated or physically restrained while detained in mental health hospitals.
Benefit cuts mean children have been left to go hungry, report says.
Hundreds of vulnerable and mentally ill children ‘locked up by the state’ because councils lack sufficient funding
Report warns that the true number is likely to be far higher due to Government failings in gathering data.
500,000 more UK children are having their lives limited by poverty today than at the start of the decade.
Changes to social security benefits are devastating family incomes, report warns.
Court of Appeal recognised that children in families with more than two children were prejudicially affected by the policy.
New film challenges people to take control of their health and wellbeing.
"Some students have mentioned that they have not had any food for two days."
Local authorities across England are facing SEND funding shortfalls of a staggering 93%.
Over a third of councils in England have reduced real-terms spending on "low level" children's mental health services.
Campaigners also say the policy breaches the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Charity calls for all UK children to be given free school school meals to help promote social inclusion.
Council failed to properly assess a disabled mother's needs when her young son moved from nursery to school.
The real-terms value of Child Benefit value has fallen back its 1999 level.
Poverty campaigners blame benefit cuts and changes for soaring child poverty rates.
Scottish Government urged to "implement much more radical changes to social security".
Researchers are aiming to find out why disabled children are being left behind when it comes to sport.
Report also warns that Universal Credit risks trapping domestic abuse victims in situations of poverty and violence.
Changes linked to the rise in child poverty, household debt and the use of food banks.
Chancellor Philip Hammond urged to end the controversial freeze to working-age benefits in his spring statement.
Funding for vital children's services in England has been slashed by a third per child since 2010.
Poor wage growth and benefit cuts to push a further one million children into poverty by the end of this parliament.
The number of children in private rented homes who are living in poverty has increased by 69% since 2008.
Amber Rudd urged to scrap the "disgraceful" policy in its entirety, or risk pushing thousands of more children into poverty.