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The Tory manifesto has ruled it out. Yet building on only 2 per cent of London's green belt could provide 430,000 homes
The devastating Grenfell Tower fire has inevitably provoked many difficult questions about how the disaster could happen, who should be held to account, and how we can prevent a similar incident taking place again.
Moreover, it has refocused public attention on London’s myriad housing problems—with public grief and outrage broadening into a wider discussion about the conditions that many Londoners live in, and the capital’s desperate shortage of quality affordable homes.
To some extent, the Government…
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