‘It’s all about survival now’

Tottenham in north London was one of the areas worst hit by the economic impact of Covid-19.

Forty-two per cent of residents were on furlough, one of the highest rates in London.

As the furlough scheme comes to an end, BBC London visited a café in north London to hear how the community is coping.

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