Source: BBC
Brain - Teens in care in Birmingham 'without food or bedding'
Key Highlights

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

Rodor Housing and Support said the company had a foodbank for children who failed to budget wisely and all the flats were fully equipped with cooking equipment and bedding

Although the firm's owner, Marven Gabula, denied that children under 15 lived in the house, Newsnight has seen an incident report prepared by the company which clearly states that one of the children involved was under 15

The company has received more than 7m to house looked-after-children

The number of children in Brookes's house at any one time varied

But Rodor could earn 74,000 in fees for just six children

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