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New foundations

3 January 2014 By Edward Hadas

Britain’s biggest economic weakness is its dilapidated and inadequate stock of housing. GDP and inflation goals have their place but they miss this point. A five-fold increase in annual construction would bring stock up to snuff in a decade. All it needs is political will.

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