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Hmm, looks like they're just covering their backsides in a wise old uncle sort of way, really if the majority of mortgagors were financially with or knew their history, they'd not need to put that in - I say need because I suspect some BBC lawyer has advised it

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This is the link to the BBC's mortgage calculator

http://www.bbc.co.uk...alculator.shtml

have a look at the bottom

when you put in a mortgage, years and IR nd hit calculate it comes up with

figure as well.

thats very bearish for the BBC, what do they know? have they been tipped off?

That's (but beware at 12%) been on that calculator for years. It will be a good day when it happens (12% interest rates and VIBBC going bear).

Edited by pl1

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I don't know, it seems like some politicians think that high inflation will take care of the debt.

...only money will take care of the debt...I am finding it hard to ascertain where they think it will be coming from. ;)

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...only money will take care of the debt...I am finding it hard to ascertain where they think it will be coming from. ;)

Some of it would come out of the bank accounts of savers if they were to raise rates.

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on the today programme this morning when talking about house prices the presenter mentioned something along the lines of "I guess it's not good or bad if house prices go up or down...."

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