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  1. If you can't house them, just clear them off the streets. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/outrage-anti-homeless-spikes-spotted-outside-3658055 This is the level of housing exploitation the UK has sunk to, mainly in London of course. The council shut this one down, but how many of them still remain? Thousands I bet. http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/tiny-flat-taken-off-the-market-by-islington-council-9497765.html
  2. Yeah that did occur to me too. I hope we can get the place with no agents involved, because dealing with them brings me a fraction closer to a breakdown
  3. So this video is just some loaded knob showing off his flashy house? Good luck with the heating bills, including heating the pool. I also note his flashy rear balcony looks right down over his neighbours gardens. How nice for their privacy. I bet they love their new resident. /rant
  4. As much as Iran gets bad press and many of their laws are inhuman, I must admit occasionally they get it right
  5. My wife and I are seriously considering buying a small place in the UK (west london). I waited a looong time for this "epic crash" and now believe the establishment will only allow a slow motion crash over a decade at least (and that's optimistic). But that's not the point I want to make..... no one knows for sure which way the market will go. Having contacted some agents and got some research done on what our cash can buy us... some things have become clear. And they're not encouraging for people looking for a home. Firstly, it appears to be a sellers market in the extreme. But this isn't o
  6. No doubt there's a financial reason for it. I'm sure the owners gain otherwise they wouldn't do it. Unfortunately this trend does not benefit Britain or British people, so I hope something will be done about it. Though I won't hold my breath...
  7. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/02/world/europe/a-slice-of-london-so-exclusive-even-the-owners-are-visitors.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1&
  8. Incorrect, assuming you're not being sarcastic. The properties pictured are clearly falling apart. And it does make me feel a tad angry seeing inhabitable spaces left to ruin when people need good homes to live in!
  9. https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/rapid-house-price-rises-past-040710104.html Oh yeah, sorry.... this is from Oz not the UK. Apparently those in power over there understand the silliness of crazy house prices.
  10. Just another BBC fairytale designed to keep you entertained and the young hopeful for a better future that will never come. This trashy looking mobile home is nothing new and does nothing to solve the high land value underneath it. Next.
  11. http://www.therichest.com/luxury/celebrity-home/billionaire-properties-no-one-would-live-in/ Isn't it heart warming to see our Govt. do so much to tackle these housing issues? *Just remove if a repost*
  12. You can express your opinion and so can anyone else. But most people don't like being labelled a "fascist" though. Don't tempt them to use all these new PC anti-hate laws & have the police give you a visit for offending them
  13. You can copy the entire quote from multiple reply pages, paste it in several times, and delete the parts not required in each quote* *if you can be bothered
  14. I don't think any serious comparison to Hitler can be made here. It's ludicrous frankly, and alarmist in a very politically correct way. The loss of free speech we now suffer in the Western world isn't thanks to some right wing loon. It's thanks to extreme left wing dogma. And I find it quite sinister.
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