ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 24, 1972
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(Studio) British government says it will be year 2001 before England reaches same standard of living as United States now enjoys.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(London, England) Housing shortage in England. Prices high. Middle class hurt most. Too affluent to get public housing; too poor to keep up with rising cost of housing. In Forestdale, London suburb, housing prices up 300% in last 5 years London prices highest of any city in world. More people live outside city mow, where prices a little lower. London population down 800,000 in past 20 years
REPORTER: Don Farmer
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