Councils across the UK are to be forced to care for some of the unaccompanied asylum seeker children who have arrived via the English Channel in small boats.
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Immigration minister Kevin Foster said the decision was not taken lightly but was in the children's best interests.
Authorities will take children now being looked after by Kent and other councils on England's south coast.
More than 100 children are living in hotels because of a shortage of places in children's homes.
The change will see all 217 UK authorities with social services departments obliged to accept an allocation of the children.
The Home Office said it was taking "urgent steps" to allocate places in care for asylum-seeking children.
It has sent councils across the UK a letter giving them two weeks to present reasons why they should not accept them.
The letter says they will not need to accept more asylum-seeking children if they are already caring for a number that makes up 0.07% of their general child population.
The government will pay councils £143 per child per night under the scheme.
Speaking in the Commons on Monday, Home Secretary Priti Patel said councils around the UK needed to "play their part" in offering accommodation to asylum seekers.