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Front page of Independent for PhD Student Malcolm Morgan and Dr Heather Cruickshank

last modified Jun 18, 2014 11:23 AM
Front page of Independent for PhD Student Malcolm Morgan and Dr Heather Cruickshank

Malcolm Morgan

The Independent newspaper has published an article on it's front page based on a paper by PhD Student Malcolm Morgan and Dr Heather Cruickshank. The paper is about quantifying the extent of space shortages in English Dwellings. The Independent article by Jonathan Brown  is titled "Rabbit-hutch Britain: Growing health concerns as UK sets record for smallest properties in Europe"

For full paper see: Quantifying the extent of space shortages: English Dwellings

For full article see: Rabbit Hutch Britain on the Independent newspaper website.

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