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Heartening to see most of the posters are wised up. It is a total stitch up on all sides. The selfishness of some/most people is unbelievable - I have gained from property inflation but I detest the whole filthy system that I am caught up in. I detest the slumlords who scrounge off tax payers and exploit the jobless, I detest the 'sitting rich and pretty' who only think about what luxuries they can indulge themselves in by releasing equity in their homes and I detest the pompous asses who formulate government policy and manipulate money so that the losers don't even have a fighting chance Sick! Sick! Sick1

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Heartening to see most of the posters are wised up. It is a total stitch up on all sides. The selfishness of some/most people is unbelievable - I have gained from property inflation but I detest the whole filthy system that I am caught up in. I detest the slumlords who scrounge off tax payers and exploit the jobless, I detest the 'sitting rich and pretty' who only think about what luxuries they can indulge themselves in by releasing equity in their homes and I detest the pompous asses who formulate government policy and manipulate money so that the losers don't even have a fighting chance Sick! Sick! Sick1

Yep - this was a good link by someone who is clued up!

90,000 homes destroyed unnecessarily (to make sure of a shortage in the future)

The Faux-Tudor mansion, JOHN BA_RON (POTTY) Prescott rewarded for his "PATHFINDER" treachery on his own background 'class' - the mongrel.

It was never opposed by the Conservatives or any of the other corrupt bastards in Govt!

http://www.moneyweek...asted-22bn.aspx

Edited by erranta

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  • 152 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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