Gosling's Grouse: My radical suggestions for solving UK housing crisis

Chancellor fires warning shots over Brexit

Gosling's Grouse: My radical suggestions for solving UK housing crisis

Apparently, if we all vote for a Brexit house prices in the UK will fall by 18%, according to the Chancellor George Osborne, which is meant to be a reason to stay in the EU.

Clearly, Osborne has not bought a home recently in the most popular parts of the UK, because 18% is around the monthly price rise. But if the value of your home is not rising by 18%, and you are looking...

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