12. Mar, 2018

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"Labour would scrap the Right To Buy policy in England if elected, the party’s shadow housing minister has said.

Right To Buy, which lets council tenants buy their homes at a substantial discount of as much as £103,900, has already been scrapped by the Welsh and Scottish governments.

The policy, introduced by Margaret Thatcher in 1980, has been blamed for causing a shortage of social housing, with well over a million homes having been transferred to the private sector during its lifetime..."

Labour would scrap the Right To Buy policy in England if elected, the party’s shadow housing minister has said. Right To Buy, which lets council tenants buy…
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