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Boris Johnson Slammed Over Plan To Revive Thatcher-Style To Sell Off Housing Association Homes


Boris Johnson has faced a backlash after attempting to resuscitate one of Margaret Thatcher’s signature programs only days before the election.

According to reports, the Prime Minister wants a new Right to Buy Scheme for renters who rent through housing associations.

According to the Telegraph, he directed staff to draft up strategies in the last fortnight to assist young people struggling to get on the property ladder.

The idea of allowing renters to buy their social dwellings at a reduced price was first proposed by Margaret Thatcher and was reintroduced in David Cameron’s 2015 Conservative manifesto.

Despite the failure of that initiative, Mr Johnson stated that additional pilots for the program would be considered ahead of the 2019 general election.

Following the resignation of Tory MP Neil Parish for watching porn in the Commons, critics accused the PM of “talking up the policies of the past” to divert attention away from the developing Parliamentary sleaze row.

On Thursday, May 5, voters will go to the polls to elect 200 councils across the United Kingdom, in the Prime Minister’s first electoral test since the Partygate scandal surfaced.

The Right to Buy initiative also comes as a judgement by the Government’s environment watchdog threatens Mr Johnson’s vow to build 300,000 houses each year.

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