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The Lyons Review: Britain’s housing crisis – and how we solve it

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Labour has published its plans on how it will deliver 200,000 homes a year in the UK.

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The MIPIM property fair: everything that is wrong with regeneration in London

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At a time when millions of Londoners need affordable housing, local authorities are knocking it down and replacing it with luxury flats.

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Another Tory housing gimmick

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Cameron’s housing announcement is his latest attempt to wear Mrs Thatcher’s clothes.

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In a city as wealthy as London, no one should be sleeping rough

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In a city as wealthy as London, no one should be sleeping rough.

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Third of Londoners fear having to move due to housing costs

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One in three Londoners fears having to move out of their local area because of the high cost of housing.

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It’s time to defend social housing against negative media stereotypes

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A new campaign is asking politicians to take the lead in affirming the positive value of social housing.

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London has a living wage, we also need a living rent

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The Mayor has to start listening, and acting, to protect Londoners not property investors.

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Londoners shouldn’t be left out in the cold – Davey and Boris need to act

London Mayor Boris Johnson and energy secretary Ed Davey must do more to ensure Londoners aren’t left out in the cold by rocketing energy bills.

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Newham, Stoke, ‘social cleansing’ and economic growth

Kevin Gulliver reports on the housing crisis in the UK, and its role in yesterday’s negative growth figures, dragged down by the construction contraction.

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Cameron’s economically irrational Right to Buy relaunch won’t solve housing crisis

David Cameron’s Right to Buy relaunch yesterday is economically irrational and won’t solve the nation’s deepening housing crisis, writes Kevin Gulliver.

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