Thursday, 16 April 2015

Another day, another scandal

Today the Enfield Independent reports Labour claims that 4,879 Enfield children are living in temporary accommodation - a 17% increase over two years and the fourth highest of the London boroughs. That's pretty horrible, and wholly believable.

This is yet another sign of the accelerating housing crisis created by long-term policies under successive governments that have increased London's population ahead of its housing roads and schools, brought in foreign money and encouraged everyone to see houses as financial assets not places to live.

Geens would reverse all that.

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