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1 December 2015, 18:14
This is the moment Katie Hopkins challenged young Londoners who are struggling with rising house prices to "move out of London, suck it up and earn enough money".
Katie Hopkins had little sympathy for struggling Londoners when she agreed with Housing Minister Brandon Lewis that living in the capital is a "judgement call".
Speaking to Iain Dale this evening, she told the LBC presenter: "We have to accept that if we want to live in the kind of home we want, we have to live a long way from the city, suck it up and learn to commute."
"If you don't have a job you don't need to be in the centre of London, so my message is move out of London, suck it up, earn enough money."
The outspoken columnist admits that London is a very expensive place to live, but added: "there's too many people who accept something for nothing."
Take a listen to the full interview above - including the moment Iain accused her of making a "gross exaggeration".