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  1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/14/stamp-duty-reforms-are-damaging-property-market-and-cutting-tax/ What a crock of utter shite. Why do the Telegraph persist with such ridiculous campaigns? There are so many things that need to be looked at in this country right now, do these idiots really think people finding it a bit harder to buy £1M + homes is worth campaigning for? Maybe they should employ some journalists who have enough brain power to compute the root cause of this problem - rampant HPI due to lax lending and idiots like Carnage slashing interest rates forever is the root cause of many problems we face in this country now.
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