'When I saw the hostel I cried'
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'When I saw the hostel I burst into tears'

A mother-of-three says her children are "suffering" because their local council cannot find them a permanent home.

Natalie and her sons were moved into a hostel in Redbridge, east London, nine months ago, after they were evicted by a private landlord.

Figures obtained by BBC's Inside Out show councils are spending more than ever on housing families in temporary accommodation.

You can watch the whole programme on BBC One, Monday 31 March at 19:30.

  • 31 Mar 2017
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