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Will you be affected by the benefits cap?

Image caption Other London boroughs are considering similar plans

Up to 200 low-income families could be moved out of the capital because a London council says it can no longer afford to accommodate them.

Camden Council said the government's welfare benefits cap means poorer families could not afford to live in the area.

The Labour-run authority said it was looking to house families as far away from London as Bradford, Leicester and Birmingham.

The BBC would like to speak to you if you think you will be affected by the benefits cap.

Are you struggling on a low income with a family to support? Are you a single parent? Will you be affected if welfare payments are capped later this year? Are you based in London?

Please contact us using our @BBC_HaveYourSay twitter account adding the hashtag #BBCbenefitscap.

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