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Spectator letters: Housing associations fight back; and more world-wrecking British graduates

Plus: legislation to pursue the Isis brainwashers; Low Life’s violent episode; a case against the RAF; and milkmen

1 August 2015

9:00 AM

1 August 2015

9:00 AM

What we’re building

Sir: I was surprised and frustrated to read Ross Clark’s piece on housing associations in last week’s edition of your magazine (‘Stop moaning, start building’, 25 July). Surprised because it seemed to misrepresent the facts concerning housing associations, and frustrated because the analysis offered by Mr Clark ignores the key role that housing associations play in ending the housing crisis.

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