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The British government made a massive economic U-turn to try and solve Britain's housing crisis

Chancellor Philip Hammond is signalling a fundamental departure from predecessor George Osborne's austerity-driven budget policies with plans to borrow £5 billion to fuel house building in the UK. Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced two multi-billion pound housing funds on Monday in an attempt to deal with Britain's growing property affordability crisis.
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