The mother of a three-year-old girl with leukaemia has spoken of her despair after she and her family have needed to move six times in as many months.

ITV Meridian News reports that Hailey West’s original home in Burgess HillWest Sussex was flooded in January, and ever since a permanent property hasn’t been found.

Clarion, who say its down to Eastbourne Borough Council, did move the family to Eastbourne to be closer for Lola-Belle to receive hospital treatment for the disease, but that was unsuitable.

Eastbourne Borough Council argue it’s Clarion Housing Association’s responsibility to find a property.

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