WATCH: What the Tory housing crisis looks like – Labour’s new party political broadcast. retired coalminer len ends the film by saying: "Jeremy Corbyn, and the policies of the Labour Party, is an absolute inspiration. They can’t say now, ‘you’re all alike’, because they’re not." This is what the housing crisis looks like under the Tories. Only Labour will tackle this crisis. These are the stories you need to hear.
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Instead of suggesting feasible ways to make housing more affordable in a society with this homeowner majority, it simply descends into the populist tropes of NIMBYism and the dog whistle of blaming non-existent wealthy foreigners. In doing so, it offers no solutions to Britain’s housing mess. CapX depends on the generosity of its readers.
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· The right to buy: the housing crisis that Thatcher built Now revived by David Cameron, the right to buy social housing was a key Conservative policy in the 80s: populist.
Even so, the NGOs couldn’t resist the Dodd-Frank Reform Act, a ragbag of all sorts of regulation that people thought they could get passed in the wake of the financial crisis. Section 1502 of the Act said that every listed American company must write to each of its suppliers and ask if it used conflict minerals in its production.
The second problem is that as much as May wants to tackle the housing crisis the governments vision is inevitably focused narrowly on Brexit, because it is such a uniquely critical political undertaking – if they get it wrong, the stakes are very high either way.