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Minsters unveil new plans to tackle housing crisis

Measures aimed at fixing Britain's "broken housing market" have been unveiled by ministers today.

The proposals include the introduction of new "Lifetime ISAs" to help first-time buyers save for a deposit, and a fund to help small house-building firms.

We've been assessing the current situation in Cambridgeshire where there's been a decline of more than 30% in the number of houses being built in the last 25 years.