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  1. Generation Rent have put together a map of 'Renter Marginals' - constituencies in which "there are more private renters without a strong commitment to a political party than the incumbent MP’s majority". I love the idea of renters getting together as a political force. What?! It could happen! They also outline all of the parties' manifesto pledges for renters. It seems a pretty objective - party-neutral - summary and handy to have them all in one place. https://www.rentersvote.org.uk/single-post/2017/05/22/The-Renters-Vote-could-decide-93-seats
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