Councils say social housing is being sidelined in call for right-to-buy reform

The right-to-buy scheme, introduced in 1980, allows social tenants to purchase their homes at discounted rates. However, councils are now urging for reforms to ensure access to secure accommodation for those most in need. Here's a breakdown of the key points and proposals:
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