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cool_hand

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  1. cool_hand

    General Election Prediction Poll

    don't agree, and neither does the stock market, builders were down heavily on Friday.
  2. cool_hand

    General Election Prediction Poll

    What are we all here for? A House Price Crash. This has got to put a dent in the market, how big, that is the question?
  3. cool_hand

    Is May cleverly sabotaging Brexit?

    I was completely ignoring this until yesterday. If Labour win or Labour/Lib coalition it is a disaster for the country and you can forget Brexit - they will derail it. Could end in civil war.
  4. cool_hand

    Mail journos' doubts over housing market

    yes, but the bank of England did a study and it found as house prices rise homeowners spent more money but as house prices fell homeowner didn't spend any money - homeowners actually stopped eating and breathing. it's such narrow minded nonsense to think lower house prices will lead to financial armageddon.
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    Mail journos' doubts over housing market

    Yes I listened to it and I thought she was and idiot because she's saying f*uck young people and f*uck anyone who can't afford to buy a home.
  6. cool_hand

    Mail journos' doubts over housing market

    To big to fail.
  7. cool_hand

    What is the economic case for Freedom of Movement?

    Freedom of Movement deprives the country of the skills it needs when it's indigenous residents move away to take jobs in the UK or elsewhere. But no one ever talks about that!
  8. cool_hand

    Birmingham couple buys house for asylum seekers

    you need to watch the clip, they are not vicars but part of a Christian Community. would like to know a bit more, maybe some real investigative journalism by the BBC wouldn't go amiss here? does the Church receive state funding? what type of mortgage did the couple take out? if they they took out a BTL mortgage is the mortgage paid by their income or by Housing Benefit? etc/ etc. - the list goes on of unanswered questions in this propaganda piece by the biased BBC. what enraged me was the idiots comment at the end: "we each have a choice and our country has a choice about whether we want to be somewhere that welcomes people or whether we want to build walls and try's to keep people out"
  9. cool_hand

    Birmingham couple buys house for asylum seekers

    watch the clip. it's a political statement.
  10. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-38269394 Birmingham couple buys house for asylum seekers A couple saving for their own home bought a house for asylum seekers instead. Matthew and Steph Neville, from Birmingham, had been saving for years when they decided to help people who had nowhere else to turn. The couple are part of a Christian community and live in a church. Asylum seekers who have recently arrived in the country are expected to move into the terraced house, in an undisclosed West Midlands location, by Christmas.
  11. cool_hand

    In Work Poverty

    this has truly got of control now and only a 'hard' reset can correct the problem.
  12. cool_hand

    In Work Poverty

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38219881 Housing crisis 'creates in-work poverty'
  13. Let's face it, it's a rigged market.
  14. maybe you should quote the whole article? In response to the accusations, a spokesman for the Foreign Secretary said: "Boris said what he has said many times before - he is pro-immigration but wants to take back control to limit numbers. "He did not say he supported freedom of movement and challenges anyone to show proof that he ever said that."
  15. cool_hand

    More anti-brexit court case

    The fact of the matter is Article 50 was not inacted so it was not policy regardless of what Cameron may of said. The FTSE crashed on the day of the result regardless of Article 50 not being inacted so it made no difference. Now you are implying the stock market will eventually crash but the fact is your crystal ball is complete speculation as are most of the other statements you make. Cameron's position as leader was always going to be untenable if he lost, the idea that he could of continued as PM is ridiculous as it is naive. You're not wrong regarding the FTSE you're just muddled, the way you're trying to express your point is incohesive.
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