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  1. as per the title....disgusting correlation https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/homelessness-rough-sleepers-record-england-stats-homeless-people-2017-increase-a8177086.html#commentsDiv https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/markets/quantitative-easing-and-the-asset-purchase-facility Shame the homeless are too compromised to fight back....300,000 is clearly an official underestimate....every town I visit has 10's if not 100's now. Social collapse is coming.......before house price collapse 487 billion quid into a few pockets never to be seen again as clearly those buybacks have amounted to zero. There are still no productive jobs or significant wage increase. No-one is spending more than they need to stay alive and work....simple. Is anyone (other than this site) getting this ffs???
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