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your average ftb's monthly bills rose by 200% over last two years - but no one noticed since gordon brown removed house inflation from the inflationary figures.

what a scam.

whos gives a crap about 5%

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your average ftb's monthly bills rose by 200% over last two years - but no one noticed since gordon brown removed house inflation from the inflationary figures.

what a scam.

whos gives a crap about 5%

Oil Companies are factoring 10% inflation for their costings currently.

Household inflation is more like that figure in the real world outside 'Crash' Gordons world

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£20 goes nowhere anymore.

the number of people i have advised out of work and into benefits as it no longer pays to be a 60 hour security guard on £5 ph.

i must have put around 4 people on the dole. they are miles better off. (well no worse off) but no point working anymore for the £5 ph workers. i have no idea why anyone would - unless they bought pre 2000 there is no point. they can only get the same low grade housing wether they work or not.

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The Younger Generation are going to have to learn to live on £5:00ph as that still puts the UK at a great disadvantage with Global Competition.

The wage to compete with Global Markets is said to be £1.50ph for the services of a Professional, that is a Graduate with five years experience.

Its great to feed the world, but at the expense of starving your own family.

Will peoples views change ?.

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The Younger Generation are going to have to learn to live on £5:00ph as that still puts the UK at a great disadvantage with Global Competition.

The wage to compete with Global Markets is said to be £1.50ph for the services of a Professional, that is a Graduate with five years experience.

Now that would be one almighty House Price Crash...

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You can't "live" on £5ph in any meaningful sense. You can just about subsist. Wages like these will bring the housing market to its knees. What will happen, and is already happening, is that any incentive to work is destroyed and if present trends do continue we'll end up with an angry resentful generation who will eventually take some sort of revenge - and an older group crippled by their debts. I'm more and more convinced that Br0wn is naive or stupid, that his lack of any sort of commercial/business background is having devastating consequences.

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Personally I do not see how offshoring British Jobs is good for anyone other than Execs, the third world, and possibly Shareholders.

We lose revenue from Employee Taxation, We payout in benefits, we lose skills built up over many years, and we lose the Corporation tax.

Now in the Socialist world that is a good thing, but for the British living on a small Island off the shores of Europe?.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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