UKIP’s Andrew Charalambous talks housing

Andrew Charalambous tells SpareRoom’s Matt Hutchinson why current housing policy is wrong and what UKIP would do to change that, including why social housing is important and what immigration brings to London:

“There’s a stigma attached to social housing and I think that’s very wrong. I think a big part of our population is in social housing and I think the very measure of the strength of a society is the way they support those in need.”

“London benefits vastly from being a cosmopolitan city and that is largely due to the fact that we have immigration.”

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