Shake up calls for London housing allocation

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There are calls for a shake up in the way housing in London is allocated and managed as 350,000 families are on the Social Housing Waiting List.

The government is introducing a housing benefit cap of £400 a week, which many say is not high enough.

BBC London's Political Editor Tim Donovan talks to Pat Turnbull, of the London Tenants Federation, and Campbell Robb, chief executive of Shelter.

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