The government housing scheme blamed by some for inflating house prices should be "pared back" if the Bank of England advises it, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.
In a BBC One interview, Mr Clegg said: "If [Bank of England Governor Mark Carney] says we should pare back on some government schemes like Help to Buy then I think we should do that.
"He's certainly right when he says the big problem is that we simply don't build enough homes in this country," the Lib Dem leader added.
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