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scappers

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  1. Yeah, I can't keep peddling "but they'll crash any day" to the Mrs - I've been saying that since 2007. Even though they *will* crash any day. Certainly since April the viewings we've made have had far far less people show up at the same time.
  2. Can't disagree with that. Currently that teacher of 14-16 year olds will be a failing teacher if all the children don't meet the minimum standards, whether the children are remotely interested in learning or not.
  3. Government backed 40 year mortgages for those under 30 ?
  4. Totally expecting central banks to announce some money spunking to get markets soaring again. The entire economy is just share prices don't forget.
  5. I think this guarantees some market intervention - hmm, unless it's tanking so much because they know there won't be any this time ?
  6. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-47959051.html?premiumA=true there it is FYI (I was curious as well)
  7. That's how I read it - better not let prices fall so expect more market manipulation to prevent it.
  8. I've huge respect for RB, watch a lot of his 'trews' stuff - certainly expresses the bank/business/politics/media circle-f**k well.
  9. So is everyone who voted tory in the last election not voting for them this time ? I'm definitely not.
  10. Government backed 40 year mortgages. 10 year interest free H2B for 40% of purchase price. I mean why not ?> At least when the tories came around to my house begging for votes I got to tell them why I'm not voting for them.
  11. I'm sure they'll launch an urgent review and two years down the line decide everything is just fine as it is as this was just a one-off lapse. Nothing will change.
  12. I think the issue is the brits are too dumb to understand any other form of 'investment'. They only understand buying a house as an investment.
  13. So amazon's margins are approx 1%. So that's 43million on 4.3billion sales. So they paid about 10% tax ?
  14. I reckon if Osborne want the keep the bubble going his options are scrapping stamp duty on homes under 250k (or 600K if wants parity with HTB), and then having government backed 40 year mortgages. Lets face it, he's so economically clueless those will definitely happen.
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