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  1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3651956/Hundreds-migrants-closed-Calais-violent-rampage-tried-board-ferries-UK-police-used-tear-gas-force-back.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline#comments Why no news channel coverage?
  2. I've been saying this for ages; Rome wasn't built in a day. Stepping stones people, stepping stones.
  3. This Wednesday, June 22 would have been Jo Cox’s 42nd birthday and her friends are marking it by organising a massive public event in Trafalgar Square at 4pm. Organisers of the event (‘More in Common – Celebrating the life of Jo Cox’) say it will celebrate ‘Jo’s warmth, love, energy, passion, flair, Yorkshire heritage and the belief in the humanity of every person in every place.’ Simultaneous events will take place in several other locations, including New York, Batley and Spen, Brussels, Washington DC, and Nairobi. Jo was immensely proud of her Yorkshire heritage and roots. But in the Lond
  4. http://www.timeout.com/london/blog/celebrate-jo-coxs-life-and-mark-her-birthday-in-trafalgar-square-on-wednesday-061816 So fishy.
  5. It wouldn't surprise me if Vote Leave wins by a landslide; I just don't believe this referendum is as close as the polls suggest.
  6. I didn't mean that joint incomes should be banned; I just meant that you should be able to buy on your own at 3.5 times earnings as opposed to most people nowadays being forced to include their partner or friend or parents incomes because they can't afford it on their own.
  7. Exactly, it sounds like most people have got used to these high prices which is just ridiculous. We really should be holding out for 70% plus falls in my opinion or as someone else said, 'prices which are in line with 3.5 times earnings' and you should be able to buy by yourself and to not have your partner or friends income included in that.
  8. This is how it used to be and how it should be; rents never used to cover mortgage payments; landlords always had to make up the shortfall unless my memory has left me.
  9. Why was I under the impression that with shared ownership, if the property makes a loss, it is your share that suffers the loss first as opposed to the property as a whole??
  10. Is the deposit really only on your share or is it on the total property cost?? £20K as opposed to £5K..............
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