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Why can't we all live together?

Last week's Panorama on bbc1 revealed hardening attitudes towards anti-social tenants by local-authority landlords. Surprisingly, most of the case studies involved inter-war and post-war traditional housing estates - you know: brick construction, gardens, proper front doors and pitched roofs. A far cry from the blocks of flats so heavily criticised by Alice Coleman.

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