Residents of Met-owned flats are given eviction notices
Eviction notices have been served on a group of residents in south west London.
Their properties are owned by the Metropolitan Police and house key workers including nurses and teachers.
But the families in Merton say they'll be made homeless and are urging the Boris Johnson to stop the sale.
BBC London's Alice Bhandhukravi spoke to residents Natasha Harris and Yvonne Fuyane, former resident Susan Gomo, Labour MP for Tooting Sadiq Khan, Councillor Andrew Judge and care worker Zizipo Fata.
10 Oct 2014