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A big rough sleeper drive on in london at present- not driven by compassion but by a desire to clear the streets of untidy homeless people before the Olympics.

Hmmm.

What happened to all the tramps under the bridge at the Embankment? They were a Feature of the London landscape!

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Social landlords are already reporting a rise in rent arrears following the government's move to reduce housing benefit earlier this year.

Erm wasn't HB for social landlords going to be paid at the going rate cos it's so much lower?

OR is it that people are in 2 bed places and only get the hb for a 1 bed place in council/housing association.

So this might actually be little old ladies living in huge 3 bedroom council houses needing to be downsized.

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Hmmm.

What happened to all the tramps under the bridge at the Embankment? They were a Feature of the London landscape!

Soylent Green - Yummy!

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or liquidised! Fancy a fruit smoothie?

i would say 30 alcoholic tramps liquidized would be a pretty potent milkshake.

you couldnt drive after drinking one...

also, where these 1,000s of families going to go if evicted.

there aint any council homes and they cant afford modern rentals.

NO DSS. NO PETS. NO SMOKERS, NO CHILDREN.

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Relative to what happened in the 80/90s property crash are these big numbers?... they do not seem all that big to me.

1000 possessions per month.

1000 business failures per month

1000 bankruptcies per month.

Its bad now, but the banks are still lending, which they werent in the 1990 crash.

And, it was more compressed in the South East of the Country where prices rose the most...this time, its nationwide, so we have a LOT more of this to come Im afraid.

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Anyone losing their homes because they can't afford to pay for them will NOT become homeless, in the living in shop doors on cardboard beds with a piss stained sleeping bag sense of homeless.

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Anyone losing their homes because they can't afford to pay for them will NOT become homeless, in the living in shop doors on cardboard beds with a piss stained sleeping bag sense of homeless.

so what will happen then as all social housing has at least a 4 year waiting list.

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so what will happen then as all social housing has at least a 4 year waiting list.

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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?


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