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Boris Johnson criticises Theresa May over immigration claim

Reported by on Sunday, 16 December 2012 (on December 16, 2012)
Mayor of London says he 'cannot see logic' in home secretary's claim that immigrants have pushed up property prices

Boris Johnson has criticised the home secretary, Theresa May, for blaming an influx of immigrants for pushing up property prices and adding to Britain's housing crisis.


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