Chris - I am not obsessed with you.
Unfortunately you have the annoying ability to appear like a rabbit from a magician's hat whenever a new article appears on Inside Housing, like a "ghost in the machine".
Normally you come out with a predictably inane sideswipe at current policy without making any coherent point or offering any solutions. So, inevitably I respond. That is not an obsession with you, it is a determination to counter your typical blether. You will note that when you do (rarely) say something sensible I agree with you.
When you refer to "company directors" opting to live in social housing, you are referring to an age that is long gone.
That is what social housing should be - open to all and a free choice, not a choice made out of a need to secure economic benefit. When one takes a personal economic benefit from something that is not available for everyone in society equally, you do so to someone else's disadvantage.
That is the injustice of the current social housing system and it needs to change if social housing is once again to deliver the service to society that it was originally conceived for.