A lack of primary school places is blighting the capital.
Imagine having to sell your home because you cannot find a state primary school place for your child.
That is the drastic measure one mother is having to go through because of the lack of places in London schools.
Another is still chasing a place for her child despite the fact it is already the first week of term.
Those are just two of the people who contacted London Tonight, after we reported on Monday on the primary school problems.
And there are hundreds more like them.
The full story now from Piers Hopkirk.
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