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Will the red wall save help to buy?

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As politicians and economists know full well Help to Buy is a benefit for the developer paid for by the taxpayer and the borrower, but the median voter thinks it's a benefit for the buyer so I guess the writer has a point.

I do think the poor level of education (not in the sense of formal qualifications, more in the sense of a general ability to acquire and process factual information) in the UK significantly harms the quality of its democratic processes and subsequent governance. Hard to see how the country gets out of this state really.

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