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Mr Johnstone is absolutely right to say that 1955—
“You’ve never had it so good”— resulted in a lot of houses being built.
On the basis that Alex Johnstone accepts that the number of houses being built is a measure of success, can he comment on the fact that Scotland built 295.8 houses per 100,000 people in 2012-13, compared with 201.5 in England and 177.9 in Wales? What kind of rating of success would he give to Scotland’s management?