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Journalist Mick Clifford recently questioned the will and ability of any new government to solve the housing crisis. It’s a legitimate question as governments get caught between the needs of the electorate—more and cheaper housing—and those of the economy, and in particular the banks—higher house prices to pass European Central Bank stress tests.
Sirr, L (2016) How failings in policy making give us plenty to worry about. The Sunday Times 26.09.2016. doi:10.21427/tw3t-3d29