‘Don’t make this rich v poor’: the mothers who won the right for their kids to play together

Meet the status of women thrust into the spotlight by a Guardian Cities report on the segregated represent areas of their London housing development

“Look, here’s one:' We don’t want your kids piercing ours.’”

Sarina Da Silva shows us her phone and roars loudly. A flake of corruption on Twitter isn’t enough to lessen the humor at this flat in Baylis Old School in south London. The prosecco bottles are being replaced as quickly as they evacuate, and Da Silva and her neighbours, Louise Whitley and Kate Mearns, are in fits of giggles as they celebrate an astonishing week.

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