The tax system, the Green Belt and planning rules are constraining supply.
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Joe Storey is an Economics student at the University of Exeter. His interests include the financial sector, fracking and economic policy. He has been researching the influence of Thatcherism on the economic policies of the current Conservative party and has recently compiled research entitled 'The future of UK shale gas'.Follow @
It’s the state that raises taxes, increases household bills and helps to push up prices – all of which hit poorer people.
Labour councils use them. So do Labour MPs. They aren’t perfect, but they have a place in the economy.
Tax revenue, jobs, a trade surplus – the financial sector provides them all.
The vast majority of concerns are either false or can be addressed by competent regulation.
Voters should remember the damage that the Blair and Brown-led governments are responsible for.
A return to higher interest rates is imperative for fiscal prudence and for Britain to live within its means.
The industry could eradicate fuel poverty, reduce stubborn unemployment and reduce bills for hardworking families.