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The great British enclosure

As the British housing crisis rages on, the so-called solutions become more and more exotic. Shared ownership, help to buy, intergenerational mortgages, work/live spaces, houseboats, shipping containers… the list goes on. But what if we are treating the symptom and not the cause?

Unless we start calling the housing crisis by its real name: extreme land monopoly - we’ll end up with ever more loony solutions for what should be a basic human right.

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by author of The New Enclosure, Brett Christophers and the Co-Director of Shared Assets, Kate Swade to discuss who owns Britain and why we should care.

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