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  1. Fru-gal. It's an easy question to answer. Tory manifesto was to increase home ownership. Obviously there is some reluctance because of sky high prices. Carrot and stick: Carrot being HtB and RtB. Stick being carry on renting and suffer!
  2. IDS to send advisers to food banks. Anyone caught in a Foodbanks queue will be deemed as 'not actively looking for work' and sanctioned accordingly.
  3. I am sure that many tenants were astounded that landlords were able to claim 10% on 'wear and tear' with no proof of expenditure. £18,000 a year for three years and certainly no sign of £5,400 spent on anything.
  4. Yep. Buy a house at hugely inflated prices or face a lifetime of high rents and insecurity of tenure.
  5. Lol. I've had a couple of public sector contracts. The exodus begins from 2pm on a Friday and still being there at 4.15 constitutes 'working late'. Not to mention the working from home days when all that's required is replying to emails sent during office hours from the iPhone/iPad. There's still a few private sector jobs like this but they're very thin on the ground now.
  6. I say positive when anyone can sing 'Don't believe me just watch' in a higher note than Bruno Mars. Then again I was always more Eeyore than Tigger.
  7. Council housing would kill the rentiers. Best pay billions to those who can't afford the 'market rent' which discombobulates with what people actually earn and can afford without government hand-outs.
  8. Extended to private renters in the name of fairness? Ah. Thought not. Just another election gimmick.
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