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shlomo

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  1. In 2007 i thought property prices were going down, or even remain the same, we experiencing once in a lifetime events and we have no rule book
  2. and you can progress as well, even though we have a class structure i bet we have a lot more self made millionaires than France and Germany combined.
  3. That is why they are coming here the benefits are just incredible and you do not have to have paid in
  4. That means we have an economic collapse on the horizon
  5. 'OURS' because all the benefits people are spending the money ..and how many people on £25K+ would no longer earn that if the wider economy decreases in size, we are all apart of the whole. You are on top form today, answering 4 people at the same time with sensible answers whilst eating corn flakes and playing with a ferret
  6. If the benefits money was removed or cut back our standard of living would surely crash
  7. Do you think further down the line the benefit system will just have to be capped at a much lower number Not putting words in your mouth 'but resulting in a lower standard of living'
  8. Good point, I have been up North and I found places better than London they just cannot match the size and diversity of London
  9. We are in the time of a pandemic, so people's timelines are not as you would say normal, Would you move now or think of as a war situation and batten the hatches and hold out on that move until the situation becomes more understandable. The difficulty in finding tradesman, the cost of materials. Are people scared of a move....
  10. We are in unreal times no one wants to move in the middle of a Pandemic so prices may even go up a bit before they collapse
  11. One other factor Covid 19, do you think in the medium to long term it will affect London prices
  12. Where was the wealth of Bradford from, the mills?
  13. I have noticed that perhaps due to Covid people like the security of a place they know compared to a move into the unknown and property prices keep rising, and we might have lockdown 4
  14. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/family-homeless-outage-leads-collapse-25541635?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mirror_main&fbclid=IwAR2F4pqcFGAoGWLMRLhzSJ5HtXx2Y1ThPCFcWYIQvaKrjE7ptr3F_kn7dK4 Katrina Crowson, with her husband and one-year-old son, are to be without a place to live from Monday after a cyber security breach at Premier Property Lawyers delayed their purchase A family fear they will be homeless this Christmas after an IT outage at a conveyancing firm led to their house-buying chain collapsing. Katrina Crowson, along with her husband and one-year-old son, are to be without a place to live from Monday after a cyber security breach at Premier Property Lawyers (PPL) delayed their purchase of a house in Newark. The Colwick family were set to complete the purchase on November 12 but were told on Tuesday that the sellers above her in the chain had pulled out due to the wait, Nottinghamshire Live reports. “We’re basically going to have nowhere to go - we have nothing,” said Ms Crowson, who said the family had already put in notice for their current rental property. The 38-year-old social care worker said that they have still not received their deposit back and have no friends and family to live with. She added that it was "too short notice" to rent another place. “As it stands we have no money so we are really in a bad situation,” she added. “Okay we might find a hostel or a night shelter but it’s not a place for a child to spend their first conscious Christmas. Me and my son can apply for shelter through Women's Aid but my husband's not going to be allowed there - he will be sleeping in the car.
  15. London, pulls in significant amount of money from the rest of the world due to the banks and invisibles, the North is part de-industrialised
  16. ......he is to young to meet Papa Bear and Mama Bear
  17. No one was having a go at you, we were discussing second homes and places where the locals have been priced out, and why people think like that.
  18. A large number, I predicted lockdown behaviour that prices would crash not shoot up
  19. The liberal sciences are as important now as they were during the time of the Roman Empire
  20. @Bezbeatbytheestateagent no disrespect but perhaps if you told them you had family in Taunton that might have made a difference, I can understand they do not want it as a holiday home for people from London I think they made the right decision Londoners having second homes and outbidding locals is not morally right as they are destroying the family structure
  21. Just out of interest I have personally known 3 women that have had babies with men that are not their partners and no one suspected because it did not flag up. The moral of the thread is women will marry the nice guy who can provide a house but they might want to carry the baby of the Alpha male, and it only flags up if you break the racial barrier or have a DNA test
  22. https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/scots-firefighter-says-life-destroyed-25512389?fbclid=IwAR1C8O7kWVRXGvKws6OSw42K9EJTmBAOJfYqJJMMBx_feJ9eTlctNl0RYT0 James Simpson from Peterhead was accused of being a father of a child and lost over 20K in wages before it was proved he wasn't the father (Image: DEREK IRONSIDE / NEWSLINE MEDIA) A firefighter has told how his life was destroyed by a seven-year child maintenance battle over a baby that wasn’t his. James Simpson, from Peterhead, said he was left homeless and in severe debt after £20,000 was taken from his wages during a long-running dispute over a false paternity claim. And the dad of one is still fighting for his money to be returned – three years after a DNA test proved the child wasn’t his. The 32-year-old said he now wants to highlight “sexist” injustices in the Government-run Child Maintenance Service (CMS) system, which he claims puts the onus on the male to disprove false claims at their own cost. A firefighter has told how his life was destroyed by a seven-year child maintenance battle over a baby that wasn’t his. James Simpson, from Peterhead, said he was left homeless and in severe debt after £20,000 was taken from his wages during a long-running dispute over a false paternity claim. And the dad of one is still fighting for his money to be returned – three years after a DNA test proved the child wasn’t his. The 32-year-old said he now wants to highlight “sexist” injustices in the Government-run Child Maintenance Service (CMS) system, which he claims puts the onus on the male to disprove false claims at their own cost
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