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  1. More good news. Interesting stat from the article too: "The party quoted from a study by King’s College London which estimated that a one percentage point rise in the share of residential transactions registered to overseas companies led to an increase of about 2.1% in house prices, and lowered the overall homeownership rate." https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/22/tory-party-pledges-3-surcharge-for-overseas-buyers-of-english-homes
  2. Are we all misjudging Theresa's political skills? Here is a scenario: Let's imagine that she is in favour of remain. She achieves leadership of the Tory party by pretending to have changed her spots, however, it is all a clever ruse. She then wins over lots of support by championing Brexit, but then pulls an amazing stunt by calling for an election. Instead of the ostensible reason for the election, i.e. having an increased majority, she actually intends to totally **** up the whole process, and end up in coalition? To this end, she writes the most unpopular manifesto, comes up with
  3. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/apr/28/uk-housing-crisis-in-breach-of-human-rights Word.
  4. From a purely HPC point of view (and by that I mean the provision of quality, affordable, no-strings housing to buy, not necessarily a collapse in prices across the board...) who should we be rooting for when the election happens in May? My take on it having had a quick skim over their housing policies:- Conservative: + arguably accomplished more since 2010 than Labour managed in their years in power. There seems to be an increase in newbuild affordable housing and planning restrictions have been relaxed. + Possible vote on the EU has the potential to limit immigration (which is a big str
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