Pricey London property may push Labour voters into Conservative constituencies

August 8, 2017, 3:06pm


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BRITAIN’S Conservative Party seems at last to have reached the limit of its NIMBYism. Cannier parts of the party have long argued for more housing, but now that view is becoming mainstream. From a political perspective, the Tories’ unwillingness to boost the supply of homes for people to buy seems increasingly imprudent.
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