I guess I'm just seeing it in terms of primarily being a 30-40 year old structural issue, where things have just failed to keep up with social trends, rather than an area where the government can have a huge direct impact on things.
The root causes are things like people living longer / more single person households / the British aversion to flats and I'm not sure how much impact the government can have on those trends, which are occurring all over the west?
Agreed the revolving door at housing minister does rather typify how important those in power view things though.
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