The Labour Party wants to boost investment in housing to £10bn, but how radical is that proposal – and its many others?
Labour’s party conference already had a tumbleweed feel about it on Tuesday evening last week. Normally, Brighton’s watering holes would have been buzzing as activists geared up for Jeremy Corbyn’s speech the following day. But a last-minute switch, triggered by the Supreme Court’s ruling that the prorogation of parliament was unlawful, meant the conference’s showpiece event had been brought forward so the leader of the opposition could get back to Westminster.
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