With hundreds of thousands of London children living below the poverty line, Marc Ashdown investigates what's being done to help them. Matthew Wright discovers how buy-to-let investments can backfire. And Vince Rogers asks if London should expand its boundaries into the Home Counties.
Is London the UK's capital of child malnutrition?
London has been dubbed 'the food poverty capital of Britain' with as many as half of children in its poorest boroughs going hungry.
BBC Inside Out looks at how schools and charities are working to ensure young children are being given a better diet.
|Series Producer||Andy Richards|