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  1. This FTAdviser piece, Regulators turn attention to ‘unsafe’ buy-to-let sector, 18 July 2014, sourcing the remark from (I'm guessing as the piece itself is a little sketchy) the 15 July 2014 Treasury Committee Hearing on the Bank of England June 2014 Financial Stability Report. The Treasury float the regulation of BTL in its December 2009 consultation paper Mortgage regulation: a consultation. As we know, nothing came of it at that time. The responses to the consultation were published in the March 2010 paper Mortgage regulation: summary of responses, (you've got to wonder who dreams up thes
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