Houses on a cliff top in North Yorkshire are at risk of collapsing after a landslide which residents claim was caused by a leaking pipe carrying waste from a frozen food plant.
The ground slipped away at Knipe Point near Scarborough on Monday. Four unoccupied houses could now have to be demolished.
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