Right to buy
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As Britain's housing crisis escalates, at least nine local councils are repurchasing at market value homes they once sold off at low prices under Margaret Thatcher's controversial Right to Buy legislation.
A new report by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism shows how developers are dodging affordable housing quotas, as their profits explode.
His new book argues that we must stop believing that naked self-interest is the only thing that gets people out of bed in the morning and that commerce is the only solution to all our problems.