Build more homes or lose the next election, ex-housing ministers warn Tories The Tories will lose the next election if they fail to build more homes, three former housing ministers have warned.
Tories in 'death spiral' as they've 'nothing' to offer young people, admits Tory
The editor of the Conservative Home website warned the younger generation is "not stupid" and will punish the Tories if they cannot get on the property ladder because of the failure to build houses
Rishi Sunak forced to delay housebuilding reforms amid Tory rebellion - follow live
Nearly 50 backbenchers sign amendment to ban councils from taking housing targets into account when deciding planning application
Vote delay reopens Conservative divisions over housing
A backbench rebellion over housing targets has prompted ministers to shelve a vote due on Monday.
By backing down on planning reforms, Rishi Sunak has neglected a key group of voters: the young
The prospect of being seen as so weak as to rely on Labour support to carry legislation was clearly too much to bear.
Sunak to face MPs as authority dented by housing rebellion
Tory MPs threatened a revolt over plans to impose mandatory, centrally-set housebuilding targets.
Housing target vote faces delay over Tory revolt
It comes as Michael Gove is expected to meet Tory MPs amid the threat of a backbench rebellion.
Rishi Sunak pulls vote on housebuilding to avoid humiliating Tory rebellion
At least 47 Tory MPs led by ex-Cabinet minister Theresa Villiers had threatened to rebel against the government by backing an amendment to the Levelling Up bill that would end mandatory housebuilding targets