UK Somalis 'still hopeful' for famine aid assistance


One of the UK's largest Somali communities is doing all they can to help raise money for those affected by the famine.

Recently, David Cameron met with Somalis living in Birmingham, saying that Britain had spent £90m and that it was time other countries "stepped up to the plate".

However, in Birmingham those desperate to help Somalia say the aid is not getting through.

Claire Marshall reports.

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