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Morality of the green belt - BBC R4 Moral Maze

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Did anyone listen to the moral maze on R4 yesterday...?  The subject was the morality of the green belt...in respect to restriction on housing supply and impact on the young particularly.  They had four students as the panellists rather than the usual knobs.

The guest speakers included the author of Jilted Generation and someone from CPRE.  They had another chap (can't remember name) that spoke a lot of sense and could have been one of us (except at no point was the role of credit availability in creating high prices raised).  If you listen you will hear the guest speaker make a number of excellent points that I wish could be heard more frequently on the BBC.  The CPRE chap spouted the usual rubbish that I think sounded very weak.

The students were articulate and confident given they were on live radio but their positions were disappointing on the most part.  They seemed very docile and resigned to their fate as serfs and door mats.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08k34n8

 

 

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