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  1. Or: How to make £1,700 a day. Norfolk/Suffolk RTB council house sale profits Even after a big 'early resale fee' to the council I wonder if this ex-tenant sold it to a 'professional' landlord (unprofessional more like) who then rented out the rooms? How is this allowed to carry on?
  2. May Pledges Right-to-Buy Plan to Boost U.K. Social Housing Sounds very good but I thought the Tories hated social housing? Why should I believe them now? They have made little progress on delivering new council housing and HA homes since 2010. We're paying those unaffordable rents to the Tory Party's core voters. I'm one of those 'stuck on one of the council waiting lists' - or registers. Tories don't seem to care much about ordinary people except when a General Election approaches. I think Labour are better placed to address the housing issue so I intend to vote Labour on J
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