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The UKs housing crisis: what should the next government do?
Paul Cheshire and Christian Hilber
November 2019
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Tags: housing; uk housing policy

Since 2015, neither the government nor any opposition party has had any effective policy to tackle our housing crisis symbolised most starkly by Starter Homes. To the extent there has been action, it is largely ineffective at best and counterproductive at worst. All that has happened is that affordability has continued to worsen – and to worsen most where people most want to live.

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