IS HOME-OWNERSHIP SUPPOSED TO BE AN OPTION ONLY FOR THE RICH?
New analysis by an event which previewed the Redfern Review into the decline of home-ownership shows that “there are an astonishing 858,000 fewer homeowner households aged under 45 than there were in 2010”
According to 24 Housing, former housing minister, John Healey MP, said this at the event:
“A million more households became home-owners under the last Labour government but home-ownership has plummeted under the Tories.
“I’ll always fight for more council and public rented homes, but Labour’s fight must also be to stop home-ownership becoming an option for the rich.
“It’s why Jeremy Corbyn was right to take Theresa May to task on the Tories’ terrible recorded in his first PMQs after the summer.
“Our Party’s pro-ownership conviction wasn’t invented by New Labour. For more than half a century, it’s been one of Labour’s guiding aims to give people on ordinary incomes the opportunity to own a home – from Harold Wilson to Tony Crosland to Peter Shore”
“Today, labour must once more give young people on middle-class incomes the chance to own a home where Tories have so badly failed.”
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