It's been a day of delight and disappointment for parents across London, as they find out if their child has got into the primary school of their choice. As we reported last night, when the notification process began on-line -- 9 out of 10 youngsters were offered one of their first three schools.
Whether they got their top choice depended on where they live.
But that still leaves many families missing out, including some who didn't get any of the six choices they made for their child. Nick Thatcher reports.
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