A young disabled woman has told how she is set to lose a dream career opportunity after failing to find wheelchair-accessible accommodation to rent in London.
Twenty-four year old wheelchair-user Judith Merry, from Aylesbury, has spent the past 2 months trying to find suitable accommodation.
She's due to start a prestigious internship at the Department of Health this month, but has n't found anywhere to live.
She's registered with more than fifty agents, and has more than trebled her budget, without success.
We'll have more on Judith's story in London Tonight at 6 this evening.
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