• Nick Raynsford


‘There may be important connections between housing conditions and demands on the personal social services but research has not so far established and quantified the various relationships.’ (John Patten, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Security in a reply to the House of Commons, May 1985.)


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