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Okay..

Extra costs of Council tax, bills and also fuel..

These have erroded in the region of £100 monthly over the last GB years..

Now the debt burden..

How can this much debt be circumvented..? its effects on the high street are being seen right now.

I see two ways..

1) wipe the debt. somehow pay back the money and scrub the personal debt.

2) Massive inflation, reduce the impact of the debt by making each pound owed worth less.

I can see no other..

If it can't be reduced.. how can the Economy recover..?

any ideas..?

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Okay..

Extra costs of Council tax, bills and also fuel..

These have erroded in the region of £100 monthly over the last GB years..

Now the debt burden..

How can this much debt be circumvented..? its effects on the high street are being seen right now.

I see two ways..

1) wipe the debt. somehow pay back the money and scrub the personal debt.

2) Massive inflation, reduce the impact of the debt by making each pound owed worth less.

I can see no other..

If it can't be reduced.. how can the Economy recover..?

any ideas..?

SAVINGS RATE = ALL TIME LOW

DEBT = ALL TIME HIGH

BUSINESS INVESTMENT = VERY LOW

GROWTH = DECLINING AS UK SHOPPER STAYS AWAY AT LAST

MANUFACTURING = DISSAPEARED

STATE EMPLOYEES - MASSIVELY INCREASED

GOVERNMENT SPENDING - MASSIVELY INCREASED

TAX RECIEPTS (to pay for above) = DECLINING AS BUSINESS TAKES FLIGHT ABROAD

On a more positive note we are big investors in manufacturing capability abroad - but is this enough, and will those profits come back to UK or end up in Tax shells in the Caymans?

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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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