Conservatives to promise £1bn housing fund and right-to-buy extension

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The Conservative Party will promise a £1bn fund for building 400,000 new properties on brownfield sites as part of two big housing announcements in its manifesto unveiled later today.

The party will also announce an extension of its right-to-buy scheme to housing association tenants as David Cameron puts housing at the heart of his manifesto, according to SkyNews. The Prime Minister...

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