Opponents of the Housing Bill speak outside Parliament

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Opponents of the Housing Bill speak outside Parliament

The government's flagship Housing Bill is an ambitious one: they hope to create one million new homes by 2020. 
But a move to extend the right-to-buy policy, has been controversial with many pointing to the effects it would have on London, where house prices are generally far higher than in the rest of the country.  
Outside Parliament, London Live spoke to three politicians who were opposed to the bill.

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