A capital idea First Published 20 October 2016 The inadequacies of the housing market have been laid bare by the economic crisis. Now is the time to take a serious look at taxation reform, says Sam Seillaq The decade-long house price boom seems like a distant memory, but it hasRead More →

Welcome to Britain First Published 23 October 2016 Immigration has helped make London one of the worlds most productive cities – so build more social housing, says Ken Livingstone One of the clearest memories from my schooldays in London is of the teacher standing in front of a map ofRead More →

Tenants revival First Published 19 October 2016 The housing market collapse has increased demand for secure tenancies, says Nigel Parkinson Homeownership has been promoted as a way of improving neighbourhood stability, boosting savings -and encouraging local democracy. However, the recent collapse of the housing market raises doubts about such claims.Read More →