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They will rise by over 2000 percent in the next seventy five years!

I'm in it for the long term etc. etc. etc.

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"People are living longer, they're delaying getting married and they're more likely to get divorced - meaning that we now have more households than ever," said Mr Orr.

People often delay buying houses because they are too expensive and they often get divorced because of money problems, e.g. debt. Is Mr Orr celebrating these factors or merely pointing them out? Is Victoria Derbyshire celebrating divorce and the delayed housing of families in decent accommodation?

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