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Ballooning Public Sector gets 95,000 more jobs in a year

A City reliant on the state purse

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Treasury Probes £6billion tax perk on second Homes

It will force up property prices

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Believe it when I see it. I think the best Investment will be a franchise of McDonalds, coz there will be loads of cheap labour when the economy goes tits up!

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Believe it when I see it. I think the best Investment will be a franchise of McDonalds, coz there will be loads of cheap labour when the economy goes tits up!

And if McDonalds keep the same pricing increases that they have for the past 15 years, it will be the only place people can afford to eat!

1988 Big Mac Meal = £2.88

Today = £3 odd

Edit: To keep this on track, I have been absent on HPC for a while as 'The Cause TM' was starting to colour my view on everything, but jeez, the news is going for it in a big way now, just look at the blog as an example, it is growing in size every day. There are so many economic report of recession that I am staggard that no-one I meet has heard anything in the media about it. Or rather, they are all keeping schtum, don't talk about the war mentality.

By the way, where is my welcome back party? :mellow:

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Ballooning Public Sector gets 95,000 more jobs in a year

A City reliant on the state purse

dailymail1.jpg

Treasury Probes £6billion tax perk on second Homes

It will force up property prices

dailymail2.jpg

1 in 5 now work for the state, when you take the share of the vote minus those who didn't turn up it comes to 22% of people eligible to vote actually voted for Labour. 20% v. 22%, what a coincidence.

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And if McDonalds keep the same pricing increases that they have for the past 15 years, it will be the only place people can afford to eat!

1988 Big Mac Meal = £2.88

Today = £3 odd

Edit: To keep this on track, I have been absent on HPC for a while as 'The Cause TM' was starting to colour my view on everything, but jeez, the news is going for it in a big way now, just look at the blog as an example, it is growing in size every day. There are so many economic report of recession that I am staggard that no-one I meet has heard anything in the media about it. Or rather, they are all keeping schtum, don't talk about the war mentality.

By the way, where is my welcome back party? :mellow:

I actually missed you NMB... well i missed your avatar, luckily enough though brainclamp usues the exact same one :lol:

Welcome back :)

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i missed your avatar too. So i downloaded it and sent it to all my friends ;-))

I definately portrays all us private sector workers - not unlike our fellow friends the public sector.

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And if McDonalds keep the same pricing increases that they have for the past 15 years, it will be the only place people can afford to eat!

1988 Big Mac Meal = £2.88

Today = £3 odd

thats still to much for the shit they serve, i wouldnt eat it if they paid me £2.88 :angry:

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  • 341 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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