Britain’s Self-Inflicted Housing Crisis | The Antiplanner
. . . as the Antiplanner notes, that question is a smaller question than some others in Britain's quiver of problems.
"The Antiplanner has spent the last week in Britain, and everywhere I went people were talking about Brexit: the vote in June on whether Britain should leave the European Union. Britain originally joined the union when it was a free-trade area, but since then it has grown increasingly intrusive on the economies of its member states."
Who would have guessed that progressive Euro Socialists would really be little more than dictators in drag?
The Euro idea, of free markets is a terrific idea, and should be replicated the world round. If we were smart we would kick this off by opening trade with all comers, no tariffs.
The Antiplanner is correct, the Brits must correct their land use laws or face the slow death of a nation whose people cannot afford their housing.
As for Brexit, the discussion should revolve around what the EU will look like in 10, 20 and 30 years. but it revolves only around whether Britain will suffer tomorrow if it leaves the union.
Good luck Britain, you will need it.