Observational series following privileged young Brits living on the streets of London.
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Episode 1x6; May 22, 2019
Isabella leaves her high life and celebrity boyfriend to live homeless in Stratford, immediately encountering aggression and abuse. She also meets Cathy, a homeless mother who won't go anywhere without her companion dog.
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