Savings on this scale will inevitably mean reductions to London's services, unless the government delivers a funding boost.
London Councils warns that fast-rising inflation means boroughs need to make £400m of savings this year.
Thousands of Afghans have started new lives as Londoners.
The number of Londoners is likely to have been seriously undercounted.
London Councils is concerned that local services and economic recovery will be jeopardised without immediate new support.
Even with the support measures unveiled by the chancellor, boroughs are braced for many of their residents facing cost-of-living pressures.
The government’s boost to local authority funding provides short-term relief but cannot disguise the extreme pressures town halls will continue to face.
Boroughs are playing an instrumental role in delivering wraparound support to families living in hotels.
London Councils responds to the local government finance settlement for 2022/23.
London Councils' response to the news that the government is making the National Transfer Scheme for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children mandatory.