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Obviously the BBC is well aligned with their old Labour  masters on this one, and shelter are playing a useful role by issuing a duff report.  But the big gap in the report is that it assumes displacement will occur because people won't be able to continue to afford their rents, of course a landlord is welcome to ask a tenant  to leave if they no longer can afford the rent, but then who do they let to?

Again this really smacks of Labour MPs wanting to maintain the income on BTL.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11660316

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Obviously the BBC is well aligned with their old Labour masters on this one, and shelter are playing a useful role by issuing a duff report. But the big gap in the report is that it assumes displacement will occur because people won't be able to continue to afford their rents, of course a landlord is welcome to ask a tenant to leave if they no longer can afford the rent, but then who do they let to?

Again this really smacks of Labour MPs wanting to maintain the income on BTL.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11660316

That's because they are thieving scum. And have purposefully set out to destroy the lives of the Average Worker in this country

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Obviously the BBC is well aligned with their old Labour  masters on this one, and shelter are playing a useful role by issuing a duff report.  But the big gap in the report is that it assumes displacement will occur because people won't be able to continue to afford their rents, of course a landlord is welcome to ask a tenant  to leave if they no longer can afford the rent, but then who do they let to?

Again this really smacks of Labour MPs wanting to maintain the income on BTL.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11660316

Its galling that the BBC dont allow comments on their stories. Blatently obvious why they dont (afraid of being held up to public scrutiny) but galling all the same.

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Obviously the BBC is well aligned with their old Labour masters on this one, and shelter are playing a useful role by issuing a duff report. But the big gap in the report is that it assumes displacement will occur because people won't be able to continue to afford their rents, of course a landlord is welcome to ask a tenant to leave if they no longer can afford the rent, but then who do they let to?

Again this really smacks of Labour MPs wanting to maintain the income on BTL.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11660316

simple rent out per room, they'll get much more.

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The cuts were being done too quickly and could change the "very nature" of London, he told the BBC.

....surely this is a good thing... apart from tourism and finance both of which are disliked by locals ... what else is there...?...the civil service can operate from anywhere.... :rolleyes:

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