More than 200 children living on the Isle of Wight are homeless, charity’s latest figures reveal.

Shelter says 265 young people, aged between 0 and 17 years old, on the Isle of Wight are homeless and living in temporary accommodation such as B&Bs and Hostels.

Even though these children have a roof over their heads they are still officially classed as homeless as it is not a permanent home, and they can be moved on at very short notice

The figures put the Isle of Wight 44th on the table, with Broxbourne in the East of England found to have the highest percentage of homeless children.