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Martin Roberts is on Andrew Neils show tonight

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I'm on This week on BBC1 at 11:35 tonight taking about help to buy. All very grown up!

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hmmnn... just had to google Mr Roberts

Martin Roberts

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Martin Roberts is an author, property expert, investor, entrepreneur, and television presenter who currently presents of the BBC property auction series, Homes Under the Hammer

consequently, not only will I not watch 'This Week' tonight. I will never watch it again.

Steady stream of disgraced MPs and talentless celebrities, and now property porn propaganda too. AVOID!

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hmmnn... just had to google Mr Roberts

consequently, not only will I not watch 'This Week' tonight. I will never watch it again.

Steady stream of disgraced MPs and talentless celebrities, and now property porn propaganda too. AVOID!

They do have some good people on there. Max Keiser did a good piece on there once. He wasn't too ranty either.

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hmmnn... just had to google Mr Roberts

consequently, not only will I not watch 'This Week' tonight. I will never watch it again.

Steady stream of disgraced MPs and talentless celebrities, and now property porn propaganda too. AVOID!

Hope Neil gives him a roasting. Will tweet later

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hmmnn... just had to google Mr Roberts

consequently, not only will I not watch 'This Week' tonight. I will never watch it again.

Steady stream of disgraced MPs and talentless celebrities, and now property porn propaganda too. AVOID!

I reckon This Week is one of the better TV programmes. Not that the bar is set very high, but still.

It might be interesting to see what Portillo makes of this Roberts fellow.

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Just a reminder its on shortly

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Did Alan Johnson ever make these points when labour were in power ?

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Roberts is totally out of his depth. He is just a smiling property goons.

Ps why is this discussion not on something a bit more mainstream ?

So many people think these sort of things - its not just this website and other loonies.

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Did Alan Johnson ever make these points when labour were in power ?

I don't think he did! He seemed to stop himself when it dawned on him that the blame lay with his government!

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Roberts is totally out of his depth. He is just a smiling property goons.

Completely. Reminded me of Keith Chegwins younger brother who'd just got back from running his mobile disco.

When faced with the question regarding interest rates moving up 1%, prices going down 5% and people being trapped with unserviceable mortgages and negative equity, he just nervously chortled.

Kn*b.

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Was it mentioned on question time?

No. Energy price fixing, EU Referendum, lack of people leaving school that can spell, and something else...

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Portillo says that young adult's experiences are really not the same nowadays and that rather than having a realistic notion of home-ownership in their twenties or maybe thirtes, as his cohort did, many are still stuck in 'student-type digs' into their forties.

Roberts cracks a big grin and chuckles like it's funny.

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Portillo says that young adult's experiences are really not the same nowadays and that rather than having a realistic notion of home-ownership in their twenties or maybe thirtes, as his cohort did, many are still stuck in 'student-type digs' into their forties.

Roberts cracks a big grin and chuckles like it's funny.

Unfortunately his implicit assumption was that people must be living like students into their 40s now out of desire rather than necessity !!! Therefore its not so bad that people can't buy houses now, look at them living like students, they obviously dont want housing !

He usually talks sense but that was absolutely ridiculous.

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No. Energy price fixing, EU Referendum, lack of people leaving school that can spell, and something else...

There is a housing crisis, an unprecedented controversial policy has been bought forward and enacted with haste and it doesnt get a mention on the flagship audience question the politician show. The unmentionable crisis.

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There is a housing crisis, an unprecedented controversial policy has been bought forward and enacted with haste and it doesnt get a mention on the flagship audience question the politician show. The unmentionable crisis.

They mentioned the idea that David Kelly might have been murdered by the security forces, which took me by surprise.

On housing a women in the audience said that trying to cap energy prices wouldn`t work because they tried to cap mortgage interest and that hasn`t worked, or did I hear that wrong?

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Are you warning people to steer clear of the show tonight. I can't imagine why anyone would want to watch this!

Yep i didnt risk watching it, I wouldve burst a blood vessel

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