Boris or Jeremy: what will it mean for housing?

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Analysis: What plans the rival Tory leadership candidates could have for built environment policy

The average Conservative party member is white, male, aged 57 and lives in the south of England.

Barring the fall-out from a messy divorce, it’s not a demographic that will be intimately attuned to the crisis of housing affordability that troubles so many of those who didn’t manage to get on the housing ladder this side of the Millennium.

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