Camden councillor resigns due to cost of housing

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Camden councillor resigns due to cost of housing

A Camden councillor has resigned from her position because she says she can no longer afford to live in the borough.

Maeve McCormack was elected to represent Gospel Oak four years ago, but says the cost of housing has forced her out of the area and as a consequence, out of her role with the local authority. 

Jade Gamlin has the story. 

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