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Green peer Jenny Jones: Build homes on golf courses

30 June 2014 Last updated at 12:33 BST

Golf courses take up 1% of the land in the UK, but could be better used to provide homes, says a Green Party peer.

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, better known as Jenny Jones, reckoned developing golf courses could limit the building of homes on school playing fields.

The former London deputy mayor also looked at claims about wildlife and the herbicides used on golf course grass in this personal film for the Daily Politics.

Studio debate: Jenny Jones on her plans with golf-lover Cheryl Gillan MP

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