Wherever you go in London during this election campaign housing is a big issue. Spiralling prices and unaffordable rents mean there are votes to be won for anyone who has a real solution.
For the last of our 10 constituencies to watch, we went to Battersea where a huge amount of building is taking place. In 2010 the Tories won the seat from Labour - with almost half the vote. So how will the housing crisis affect how voting goes this time?
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