Head of Housing, Planning & Urban Policy, 2010-2013
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by Alex Morton | Nov 7, 2013“Boris Johnson wrote recently that, “It’s mad to blame our housing crisis on ‘blooming foreigners’” and that, “the answer to house-price inflation is to build more homes.” Indeed, the Mayor went on to say that in London, “We can build hundreds of thousands of...
by Alex Morton | Nov 1, 2013One of the greatest ironies in politics is that those who argue against freedom of choice and in favour of central planning claim to do so to protect the intangible things in life. Beauty, for example, must be protected from the vagaries of individual freedom and...
by Alex Morton | Oct 14, 2013Housing is one of the most important issues facing the country. According to the last three months of YouGov polling, housing was issue number five for voters. It beat education and crime, the environment and many other areas with a Secretary of State specifically for...
by Alex Morton | Sep 27, 2013Labour has made it clear this week that it intends housing to be one of the major issues at the next election. This is good politics. Housing in itself is now a key issue for voters, as well as being tied up with wider issues of economic growth and perceptions of...
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