How to reduce that awful Stamp Duty Tax

We all know that a number of years ago, the former Chancellor Osborne hiked Stamp Duty (SDLT) rates for properties above £900,000 and this has now caused a DIY recession in the London Residential Property Market, such that turnover of sales is down by 70% and values by about 25% from the former highs of 2014.

In some sectors the market is stodgy and illiquid. What did Osborne expect?
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