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There is something a little inappropriate about council housing in an area that expensive. If the people paying for said housing cannot afford to live there, perhaps it's not such an affront not to use their money so the very poorest in society can.

How about allowing more houses to be built in response the increased demand? You know, like markets are supposed to?

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+1. And the rich parts of London are spreading all the time...

Just remember that it's the middle class paying for the poor to live in areas that they themselves cannot afford to live in. The least anyone should do is ask the middle class if they want to keep paying for the poor to live in rich areas.

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+1. And the rich parts of London are spreading all the time...

Depends on how you define rich parts....and whether you think living in 'rich' parts brings richness to an area......if London is being slowly gentrified by manufactured design, you can keep it as far as I am concerned.......one places loss is another places gain.........the creative, productive and innovative those rich in skill, adaptability and ability but not rich in money, gain and greed will, and are leaving.....make it a rich man's playground then they can all play the game with one another together. ;)

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