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Dražen Petrović

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  1. Cant you see that, there WONT BE TAXPAYERS unless the government step in. I just started a business (a restaurant), I work literally 90 hours a week. Working in two full time jobs (self employed and new business), I did not buy a house instead invested £100K for my business, employing 2 full time and 3 part time staff. And I am going to be bankrupt 3.5 full times jobs will disappear. And asking a rent, utility bills help makes you annoyed. ****** off
  2. Same here, Maidstone. I cant get my head around it /\_@_/\
  3. You seriously think that the rest of the world has no better thing than singing up to Brexit petition or they hate us so much and trying to derail beautifulllll (Trump alert) Brexit to prevent rebirth of majestic The British Empire. The world does not give us a damn shit! Yes,We are a small ( but important though ) part of the world and we can punch much heavier than our weight.We have a great history( w/o forgetting shameful parts) that must inspire us for doing better.However, unless we collaborate with others particularly our neighbours, we will lose so much. Last word for the pe
  4. Too good to be true but too stupid(greedy) to see. I think FCA is partially responsible too. Independent financial adviser Neil Liversidge wrote to the FCA in 2015 warning it about the scheme. Mr Liversidge said: "The way it was promoted, a great many people could have fallen for this. "A client brought it to us but when we looked into it there was a lot of interconnection between the people they were lending to and the management of LCF themselves. "We warned our clients off and the same day we wrote to the regulator raising our concerns about the prom
  5. A more recent and more academic report https://migrationobservatory.ox.ac.uk/resources/briefings/the-fiscal-impact-of-immigration-in-the-uk/
  6. Government pays Eurotunnel £33m over Brexit ferry case The government will pay £33m to Eurotunnel in an agreement to settle a lawsuit over extra ferry services in the event of a no-deal Brexit. In December, the Department for Transport (DfT) contracted three suppliers to provide additional freight capacity for lorries. Eurotunnel said the contracts were handed out in a "secretive" way. *********** It should be enough for his resignation maybe even more.
  7. https://www.theguardian.com/money/2018/nov/19/uk-house-prices-fall-5000-brexit-south-november-rightmove
  8. +1 but this time just a year ago https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/46914635?search_identifier=b2bb0591d0b189262064f42467e6624e
  9. “we see no point in chasing a market that is increasingly detached from reality” F#@k you moron!
  10. Probably you are wrong.I bet "Death-Divorce-Debt" sales are more than %1 of the market. And they cant sit on them really long.Even w/o 3D sales, people have other reasons to sell and they cant postpone them forever (moving to another area, downsizing or upsizing etc.). Another point; most of the sellers purchased their properties long ago and they will not take a financial hit if they sell less than they anticipated. So, they reduce their prices eventually if the market is going south way.
  11. "We knew the flat was quite pricey when we bought it, compared with other homes nearby, but we assumed that was because it was a brand-new property. Help To Buy was our only option and so we just went for it." Your assumption was wrong and stop moaning.
  12. Grosvenor has long been cautious of the London market, and began cutting its exposure to the capital’s property sector four years ago. Chief executive Mark Preston said: “We think a lot of these markets are overvalued... if anything we’re surprised more hasn’t happened sooner.”
  13. Let me make an analogy: HPI is a car. Housing shortage its engine and cheap endless credit the fuel. Without credit prices will have a ceiling linked to cash available to buy. Credit gives people a leverage and more credit will cause more HPI. If there is no shortage even credit is interest free it will not cause HPI because there will be no yield
  14. Who says they dont?These people are keeping on their feet NHS with their British colleagues and NHS still has a huge shortage of stuff in many roles. If you would to read: https://researchbriefings.parliament.uk/ResearchBriefing/Summary/CBP-7783#fullreport Lets face it, unless you make these posts attractive , people will not joint the NHS (domestic or immigrant) and will not want to be a medical professional (domestic).
  15. British banks are very exposed to the housing market and any attempt to adjust house prices downwards would have serious consequences for the banking sector. Thats why there is no HPC. But I do not think they will be able to keep it forever. And every day they postpone it, the crash will get worse
  16. It is 719 and 300 where I live. It was 1.39 times more two years ago compared to last year.
  17. http://www.bbc.com/news/av/uk-england-42423615/early-retirement-our-road-to-financial-independence
  18. Yes, it is mental. And he is utterly rubbish with investment and greedy. He has no financial sense;NHS pension is one of the best pensions you can get at the moment, NHS contributes to NHS pension scheme a lot more than most of its members. No need to say; members dont get taxed for their contributions .And it is not only a good investment but also a very good insurance incase you are out of work due to ill health, accidents plus gives so many benefits to your loved ones if they die prematurely. He is greedy, it is impossible not to know advantages of NHS pension scheme but instead of pay
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