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  1. http://www.wakefield.gov.uk/residents/community-and-housing/housing/options/buying/homeowner-support Heard this advertised on the radio this morning especially for older home owners on interest only mortgages. "Under the Mortgage Rescue Scheme, a registered social landlord (RSL) can buy your property and you will remain in your home as a tenant. If you have equity in your home, an equity share option is available, and the RSL will buy a share that will clear your mortgage and debts. If you have little or negative equity, the scheme might still be able to help you. " Who wants to start ranting?
  2. Whilst browsing the MCC constitution I came across the following: PENSIONS 12.1 All Members are entitled to access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, made under section 7 of the Superannuation Act 1972. 12.2 Both the basic and special responsibility allowances shall be treated as amounts in respect of which such pension is payable. So they get a pension on the nearly 15k allowance they get? The basic for 13/14 is 15,956 (job, number of cllrs, extra allowance, total) 1 Members not in receipt of special responsibility allowance 66 15,956 - 2 Opposition Lead Member on Finance 1 15,956 1,679 17,635 3 Deputy Chair of Licensing and Appeals Committee Deputy Chair of Planning and Highways Committee 2 15,956 3,358 19,314 4 Elected Member on Adoption Panel** 1 15,956 5,400 21,356 5 Deputy Leader Opposition, Assistant Executive Members, City Centre Spokesperson, Elected Member on Fostering Panel ** 10 15,956 6,706 22,662 6 Overview and Scrutiny Chairs, Chairs of Licensing and Appeals, and Planning and Highways Committees, Airport Group Board Member 9 15,956 10,066 26,022 7 Executive Members, Deputy Leader(s), Leader of Opposition 9 15,956 16,759 32,715 8 Leader 1 15,956 39,848 55,804 ETC. There's 11 people paid extra for Fostering/Adoption committees. Just how much fostering is going on in Manchester? How much people got http://www.manchester.gov.uk/downloads/download/2641/members_allowances The rules The Scheme of Allowances and Expenses is set out in detail in Part 7 the Council's Constitution http://www.manchester.gov.uk/info/100004/the_council_and_democracy/2446/our_constitution P 439 if you want a look.
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