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Every day the 39-year-old returns from working her two low-pay, part-time jobs with her daughter to this room, which contains two single beds.

The pair uses a potty in the room to go to the toilet because they don’t have a bathroom of their own – nor a shower, kitchen or washing facilities – and all the communal rooms that are shared by the other 40 to 50 residents are filthy.

The popularity of online dating is increasing and the number of single people meeting their partners online is growing proportionally.Hunger, anxiety, shame: the universal credit ‘catastrophe’ is hitting lone parents hardest of all.Emily Goddard meets mothers facing a grim Christmas.Some 12 per cent of children brought up by one parent displayed series behavioural problems by the age of seven, it was disclosed, compared with just six per cent of youngsters raised by both natural parents.Lisa Calderwood, from London University’s Institute of Education, said: “Living apart from natural fathers can be associated with poverty and negative outcomes for children.” Researchers are tracking children’s behaviour, school choice and cognitive development as part of the on-going Millennium Cohort Study, which is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.