Council tax, not mansion tax, is the way to address the deficit

Jonathan Goldstein, head of European investments at private investment company Cain Hoy

With the cranes above the London skyline appearing ever more plentiful and the implications of party conference speeches still being debated, the assertion that regulators or politicians will be the ones to bring the London property boom to an end has never seemed so predictable.

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