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?The clear way forward is for Housing Grants to be raised, so that rents do not need to be raised, is the only way forward for any Government to go forward.
Given that this Election shows a huge swell of support for the Greens, SNP and UKIP, can you please broaden your briefing please to include other Parties.
Thanks for your comments Raymond. We'll be updating this with details of some of the other parties shortly.
With regards to the conservative direction, if you have never owned your own home why do you need to be under 40 to purchase a starter home. Further if new homes cannot be afforded and therefore require a subsidy then the process is too expensive. In the third point about a fund to promote a greater social divide by creating more homes for rent, why under market rent? It is a disappointing cocktail and reflects that the housing ministers seat has been a revolving chair.
Hi. Now manifestos are published, when is this briefing likely to be updated please? Thanks
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