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Mp Asks David Cameron About House Prices - Pmqs

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PMQs last Wednesday - at 31 minutes 42 seconds (near the end)

Says that house prices are going up whilst real wages are going down. Asks whether rising IRs will create a subprime crisis in the future.

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PMQs last Wednesday - at 31 minutes 42 seconds (near the end)

Says that house prices are going up whilst real wages are going down. Asks whether rising IRs will create a subprime crisis in the future.

VERY INTERESTING. What is being missed is the huge deterioration in the balance of payments and huge fall in exports in the last qtr. This is because our silly chancellor has started growth by unwise borrrowing on the back of high income mulriple mortgages, made artificially cheap. The growth is FAKE. 0.8% GROWTH, when real incomes are falling or stagnant. It's FAKE Growth when exports fall substantially and we have the worst balance of payments position since the very stupid Lawson property boom of 1988. Mark my words....it will not work and because successive silly giovts have played this trick over 50 yrs, it works less well each time the drug is administered. All we get is less productive industry and more mal investment and another fiancial headache to face.

The Chancellor's clothes are coming off and he will soon be down to his underpants.

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DC sidestepped it, but to be honest labour did offer him an open goal, they can't discuss the economy even in reasonable terms because their record is so poor

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Geraint Davies, Labour MP for Swansea West and another PPE grad.

Geraint Davies: "Mr Speaker, may I ask the Prime Minister whether he thinks that, if Labour win the next election, they will inherit a giant exploding sh*t sandwich, and be out of power for a long time afterwards?"

Prime Minister "Yep. Guffaw. Well done Osborne yap yap"

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Geraint Davies: "Mr Speaker, may I ask the Prime Minister whether he thinks that, if Labour win the next election, they will inherit a giant exploding sh*t sandwich, and be out of power for a long time afterwards?"

Prime Minister "Yep. Guffaw. Well done Osborne yap yap"

Im hoping for a lab-con coalition...make both the buggers unelectable at once.

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Im hoping for a lab-con coalition...make both the buggers unelectable at once.

Better still a Lib-Lab-Con coalition. Oh wait, that's pretty much what we have now.

You will not get an honest answer about house price inflation - it being a bad thing. Not a chance.

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You will never get a Lab - Con coallition, both parties would be pissing of their own core vote by doing this.

These are the types of voter who would never even think of voting for a different party, but if Labour and Conservatives joined in coallition these core voters would be slapped in the face with the fact their is no difference between them in reality. This would cause a huge backlash.

At this point the fringe parties would make out like bandits.

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You will never get a Lab - Con coallition, both parties would be pissing of their own core vote by doing this.

These are the types of voter who would never even think of voting for a different party, but if Labour and Conservatives joined in coallition these core voters would be slapped in the face with the fact their is no difference between them in reality. This would cause a huge backlash.

At this point the fringe parties would make out like bandits.

Maybe we'll do a Belgium.

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Geraint Davies: "Mr Speaker, may I ask the Prime Minister whether he thinks that, if Labour win the next election, they will inherit a giant exploding sh*t sandwich, and be out of power for a long time afterwards?"

Prime Minister "Yep. Guffaw. Well done Osborne yap yap"

+1

Voting UKIP will ensure that we get Labour to suffer the fall out from Blair/Brown terms and it'll force the Tories to man up it a win win.

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Geraint Davies: "Mr Speaker, may I ask the Prime Minister whether he thinks that, if Labour win the next election, they will inherit a giant exploding sh*t sandwich, and be out of power for a long time afterwards?"

Prime Minister "Yep. Guffaw. Well done Osborne yap yap"

These scorched earth policies that Brown and now Osborne practiced are probably a right laugh for them, less so for us plebs who face the consequences of the idiocy and hubris of our 'leaders'.

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These scorched earth policies that Brown and now Osborne practiced are probably a right laugh for them, less so for us plebs who face the consequences of the idiocy and hubris of our 'leaders'.

The plebs were lapping it up before 2007. So I think the country only has itself to blame

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The plebs were lapping it up before 2007. So I think the country only has itself to blame

I blame the morons who kept telling pollsters they wanted higher house prices even though they only owned one house so weren't really getting any richer.

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