A third of foster children are split from their siblings
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Third of siblings separated during foster care, says charity

A third of children placed in foster care last year were separated from their brothers and sisters, according to a leading charity.

Action for Children warns that splitting siblings can ignite feelings of loss and abandonment which can affect their emotional and mental health.

Radio 1's Newsbeat reporter Anna Collinson reports.

  • 08 Sep 2014
  • From the section UK