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tep1

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  1. Yes agree with the sentiment but why have a 2 tier system those furloighed and those on Universal credit i.e. self employed? Personally I have no intention of claiming either since I have saved vastly for a rainy day. It meant i had to go without on many luxury items like buying a house which now requires a hefty deposit. My thought has always been what if i am without work suddenly. Why don't others therefore seek responsibly to do the same?
  2. Its great to see the authorities taking action on the matter
  3. So plenty of overpriced property for sale. Consequently, the market is stagnating! If property was an affordable 3 times earnings, imagine how many more properties would come to market because people could afford to move. I know plenty around my way that have given up with a move and alternatively extended their properties instead.
  4. They really did that? Have I missed a trick!!
  5. I wonder who else will follow suit now? He who bears wins!
  6. Well they are responsible (amongst many others) for creating a bubble bigger than crypto and gamestop.
  7. MSM using their powers of control to deflate the bubble. After years of ramping I wonder if BOE have had a word.
  8. What a day of airing dirty laundry! Tory voters tonight like...
  9. And that has a huge impact on supply chains and capital financiers. https://www.afr.com/world/europe/greensill-bets-on-uk-managing-a-brexit-deal-20190324-p5170s
  10. A fish rots from the head down.
  11. Shortages in building materials are being reported. Cement, timber, aggregates, steel and plastics. I wonder who will be happy to take the hit for the price increases!
  12. He's worried his head will end up in a noose.
  13. I think you are sniffing in the right area. Why UK 'shadow bank's' collapse is similar to subprime mortgage crisis - CGTN A recent report estimates that shadow banking has grown to $200.2 trillion (£154 trillion) and controls nearly half of global financial assets. A 2018 report estimated the size of the UK’s shadow banking system to be around £2.2 trillion, though it may be much higher now. A crash resulting in a 10% write-down of the assets of shadow banks would inflict a loss of nearly $20 trillion on the global economy. The current global gross domestic product of around $88 trillion would struggle to absorb it. Every household would be affected. Increasing house prices is a way to distribute the burden to every household!
  14. Let me take a guess a new show "Inflation, inflation, inflation!"
  15. But the recent Queen’s speech failed to make good on this commitment. In fact, the speech neglected homelessness and the insecurity faced by private renters in favour of stoking a housebuilding boom, which will further exacerbate the housing and homelessness crisis.
  16. commodities like oil, gas, copper, grain, wheat, lumber etc anything that conducts or stores electricity is a good bet maybe. Personally i've stuck with stocks in primary industry for certain commodities such as titanium dioxide, rutile, zircon which have uses in day to day products. Never gone with precious metals as a personal preference since I dont buy a lot of jewellery myself. I am also holding some insurance stocks where there be an interest rate rise. Green energy is still speculative but a worthwhile punt. There are a lot of big bubbles so aim to buy with value in mind. If instead you were after rhetoric then bitcoin or bill gates foundation.
  17. Worth a watch. Its still active on this site.
  18. SHOCKING! – U.K. Government release 15th report on Adverse Reactions to the Covid Vaccines – Daily Expose Our earliest analysis of the data which we brought you back at the beginning of February showed that there had been 49,472 adverse reactions to the Pfizer vaccine, and 21,032 adverse reactions to the Oxford vaccine up to the 24th January 2021, with a rate of 1 in every 333 people receiving the jab suffering a serious adverse reaction. Well we can confirm that in the space of fourteen weeks the number of reported adverse reactions to the Pfizer vaccine has increased to 159,219 as of the 5th May. The Oxford jab has fared much worse though with an astounding increase of 2,858.24% in the number of reported adverse reactions between the 24th January and the 5th May, now standing at a total of 622,176. This now means the current rate of people suffering a serious adverse reaction after having one of the experimental Covid vaccines stands at 1 in every 166 people.
  19. Andy Haldane says UK economy resembles bouncing tennis ball but rising prices and wages could easily turn boom to bust https://amp.theguardian.com/business/2021/may/13/top-bank-of-england-economist-warns-of-1970s-style-price-inflation
  20. Didnt guido fawkes have a similar problem with the guardian website? 🤣🤣
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