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Benefit cut for underoccupiers 'will not save money'

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The answer is simple Bonola, and was successfully used in the development of the New Towns. Providing a proportionate mix of properties in terms of size and tenure allows for flexibility and movement throughout a person's lifetime. Obviously we do not have the luxury of socialist planned approaches anymore because for some reason the successful New Town examples are anathema to the prevailing doctrines. Personally, if it is OK for the current Tories to suggest a return to workhouses or even feudalism then surely we can cast back to more recent and succesful times for inspiration.

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05/04/2011

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9:35 pm

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