Javid: Conservatives must tackle housing

By Michael Burton | 03 October 2017

Lack of housing is the biggest domestic issue facing the Conservatives, communities secretary Sajid Javid has said.

Speaking at a fringe event at the Conservative party conference in Manchester, Mr Javid said: ‘For too many people owning a home seems a distant dream. It’s the biggest domestic issue facing us. If we don’t get to grips with it Labour will run away with the issue.’

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