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The Government has spent £63m buying up homes that will be affected by HS2. More than 500 homeowners have applied to have their property bought under the Government's exceptional hardship scheme. Of these applications, so far more than 100 homes have been purchased at an average price of £600,000 and 340 claims have been re...
Labour party press release Hilary Benn MP, Labour's Shadow Communities and Local Government Secretary, commenting on reported comments by Stephen Williams MP, Mi...
Kris Hopkins said more houses were being built and more first-time buyers were on the housing ladder as a result of the Help to Buy Scheme. "The key thing about t...
Labour press release Emma Reynolds MP, Labour's Shadow Housing Minister, commenting on The National Audit Office report on the Help To Buy Equity Loan Scheme, sai...
Cathy Jamieson MP, Labour's Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury, responding to Funding for Lending statistics from the Bank of England, said: "These figures...
Jake Berry said government plans to make it easier to evict tenants were necessary to deal with people responsible for antisocial behaviour. “As we’ve heard, ther...
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