Inside Britain's 'bedrooms of poverty' as it's revealed nine kids in every school class are living in deprivation

The series of disturbing photos form a new photographic exhibition at the Foundling Museum supported by The Childhood Trust.

They give a snapshot of the desperate lives of some disadvantaged children forced to sleep in cramped and filthy conditions.

Some show cots shoved next to kitchenettes in tiny spaces, while others reveal how parents are forced to wash clothes in the shower.

Other children are kept awake at night by drunken parties and late-night rows as it's revealed nine kids in every school class are living in deprivation.

Bedrooms of London was created by photographer Katie Wilson and can be seen between February 8 and May 5 next year.

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