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lets not forget the tories were teh ones who introduced the BTL loan in 1996 ???

the party that removed tenants rights and introduced the short term let.

*****ers. total *****ers. i rather wipe my ass on the polling paper than vote for these cocksuckers.

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Massive discount on right to buy. Give the Chavs cheap houses. Inflate another bubble and allow them to make a huge amount of unearned income when they sell said houses to yuppies in 10 years time, which they will then spend on pitbulls and Diamond White. Oh... hang on that's what they did last time.

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Especially given that Krusty is their `special housing advisor` !

Answers on a Postcard please ...

I was under the impression that Krusty had quietly been given the push.

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Interesting suggestion they might even adopt: encourage saving specifically for a house.

That is to say, devise a savings account specifically for non-property-owners, whose value is ring-fenced against means-testing (in the same manner as the value of a house), and which is tax-free, but which cannot be spent on anything else without incurring penalties.

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Interesting suggestion they might even adopt: encourage saving specifically for a house.

That is to say, devise a savings account specifically for non-property-owners, whose value is ring-fenced against means-testing (in the same manner as the value of a house), and which is tax-free, but which cannot be spent on anything else without incurring penalties.

but these were the dicks that came up with BTL in the first place !!!

what - now they have all the answers do they.

ive news for them.

there are no answers. BTL is fooked and thats the end. any attempt to meddle withthe housing market will take the country down. someones got to break the bad news to the greedy british public the parties over, and these tosspots wont do it.

they are the party of landowners, fox killers and milk snatchers. they think nothing of wasting swathes of the country to the dole queue. they think nothing of people. they never did. they crushed unions, sold off the countries assets and removed our heavy industry in place of banking - which has gone tits in a major way.

now they have the answers to that all of a sudden, when its re-election time ?

both parties are shit and the situation is shit and so we will have to eat shit.

no one wants the truth and so the lib dems wont get power. its one of the above shits.

shitty country really. full of morons.

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but these were the dicks that came up with BTL in the first place !!!

what - now they have all the answers do they.

ive news for them.

there are no answers. BTL is fooked and thats the end. any attempt to meddle withthe housing market will take the country down. someones got to break the bad news to the greedy british public the parties over, and these tosspots wont do it.

they are the party of landowners, fox killers and milk snatchers. they think nothing of wasting swathes of the country to the dole queue. they think nothing of people. they never did. they crushed unions, sold off the countries assets and removed our heavy industry in place of banking - which has gone tits in a major way.

now they have the answers to that all of a sudden, when its re-election time ?

both parties are shit and the situation is shit and so we will have to eat shit.

no one wants the truth and so the lib dems wont get power. its one of the above shits.

shitty country really. full of morons.

Outstanding post!

Where's the round of applause smiley? If you have to vote for one of they shits I vote red.

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but these were the dicks that came up with BTL in the first place !!!

what - now they have all the answers do they.

ive news for them.

there are no answers. BTL is fooked and thats the end. any attempt to meddle withthe housing market will take the country down. someones got to break the bad news to the greedy british public the parties over, and these tosspots wont do it.

they are the party of landowners, fox killers and milk snatchers. they think nothing of wasting swathes of the country to the dole queue. they think nothing of people. they never did. they crushed unions, sold off the countries assets and removed our heavy industry in place of banking - which has gone tits in a major way.

now they have the answers to that all of a sudden, when its re-election time ?

both parties are shit and the situation is shit and so we will have to eat shit.

no one wants the truth and so the lib dems wont get power. its one of the above shits.

shitty country really. full of morons.

Stick to facts and not the myths, you lose credability if you pander to the myths largely dreamt up by the tabloid press of 80's Britain.

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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They will let market forces take over. If you had market forces today you would have had your correction sooner and sharper.

Of course this basically means that people in houses today will be kicked out of them because they can no longer keep up with repayments, but hey you want house prices to come down don't you?

By the way its banks that decide how much houses are worth because it is they who make the money available to buy one (in most cases).

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Stick to facts and not the myths, you lose credability if you pander to the myths largely dreamt up by the tabloid press of 80's Britain.

why dont you contradict me with facts instead of 'hot air'

your wasting my time.

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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BTL in itself wasn't such a bad idea, given we had experienced 6 years of falling values at the time.

Many people who suffered repossession in the early 90s had no means or desire to purchase property again any time soon. The glut of prospective tenants and shortage of properties to rent was creating a bubble in rents (yields were commonly 15%+ as opposed to around 5% now)

However, when it became rampant around the turn of the decade it should have been heavily restricted and regulated to remove much of the speculation from the market.

Or course, the new bosses at the time (Messrs Brown and Blair) were quite happy to see it rage out of control as it fuelled Brown's deluded perpetual boom

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