For years, Londoners have been dealing with a housing shortage that has caused rents to skyrocket. Those who aren't driven from the city have to compromise, and are often forced to accept tiny quarters and shabby conditions.
Renters are increasingly unable to afford housing in Berlin. An influential property-owners' association has called for landlords to raise rents before the bill can go into effect.
From occupying buildings in Berlin to street protests in Munich, housing shortages and high rents are driving people in Germany to take action. Now politicians have gathered in the capital for a so-called housing summit.
An alarming increase in street homelessness in London can be traced back to the financial crisis which led to cuts in those services that are trying to help those in need. Abigail Frymann Rouch reports from London.
In 2016 an overwhelming majority in Ramsgate on the UK's southeast coast voted to leave the EU. Given the ongoing chaos, how do people in Brexit-heartland feel now? Sarah Bradbury reports.
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