How much is immigration to blame for the housing crisis?

And yet last year 150,000 homes were built in Britain, which on paper, for the third most densely populated non-microstate in Europe (and England is first), and for a country well below sub-replacement fertility, should be enough. But it’s not, it’s barely even sufficient to house the extra 246,000 people who officially arrived here from March 2016. As the crisis has got worse, and homes have become ever more unaffordable, the animus has been directed against the Tories, and old… Read on