Well, yes. HERE in March, HERE in January, HERE in October 2006, HERE in November 2006, HERE in October 2008. I could go on.
This is not a new problem. Jon Cruddas has been one of the leading politicians to alert people to the issue, yet the government has done virtually nothing to address it. It's all very well for Hazel Blears to mouth syrupy platitudes but where's the action? But I can reveal all is well. According to the BBC...
Communities ministers are to hold a seminar with other government departments, councils already tackling this issue and leading academics.
That's all right then.