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- Eddie Sammon 8th Oct - 5:07pm
Thanks Glenn and Psi. All things considered I still think the Tories are strongest in this area. I was strongly against bombing Syria in 2013...
- suzanne fletcher 8th Oct - 4:45pm
late reading this, but thank you for telling your story, not always easy, but very important.
- Psi 8th Oct - 4:44pm
Michael BG I’m not completely sure but my answer would be possibly. As a clarifying point the rise would not raise £8.5bn as there will...
- Peter Watson 8th Oct - 4:30pm
@John Innes "We are being pressed from both sides – Corbyn takes idealism, Cameron takes most of the policy field. we are in deep trouble!"...
- John Marriott 8th Oct - 4:28pm
I don't think the Tories in Westminster have any idea what the social housing is like around the country. They talk about Housing Associations being...
- AM 8th Oct - 4:20pm
I'm not sure that >300,000 net is an ongoing trend, there are always ups and downs. But If housing needs aren't meeting demand - then...