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Media Digest 17 February 2012
17 February 2012
London streets are as poverty-stricken as in Victorian days
Poverty and disease are rife in the same London streets as they were in Victorian times.
Housing benefit cap forces families to leave central London
Primary schools across central London are working to help families avoid being evicted as a consequence of the reduction in housing benefit.
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