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A Home of One’s Own by Hashi Mohamed

I’m sure it hasn’t escaped your noticed that the UK is embroiled in a hundred-and-one crises and have been for as long as I can remember. The housing crisis can be particularly tricky to get your head around, unless you have a talent for understanding mortgages, fluctuations in the market and the past forty years of British politics. If you do, I’m happy for you, but for the rest of us, A Home of One’s Own is a very handy starting point. Hashi Mohamed is a barrister who specialises in planning and environmental law who arrived in the UK at nine years old as a child refugee. He knows better than anyone the importance of having a stable home and his story adds a personal touch to what is otherwise an informed, succinct explanation of a complex subject. This book is a call to action — and an important one. MG

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