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Can Jeremy Corbyn solve the housing crisis?

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I do not see why the AJ, which I have always regarded as a professional journal rather than a vehicle for political propaganda is being used in this way. The profession of Architecture is, by definition, in duty to provide the same service to all members of the public, without discrimination on political grounds. That definition excludes polemic on behalf of the candidates standing for the Labour Party leadership. Let's get back to architecture please. The profession never has controlled housing policy, and your editorial staff seem to be confused on this fact. No wonder the profession is in such a distracted, one might even say muddled state! Forbes Melford

Posted date

4 September, 2015

Posted time

4:25 pm

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