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Vince Cable: Interest Rates May Have To Rise To Combat Housing Boom

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So he hedges his bets a bit? Who else in parliament is even talking about these things?

Really, there are at least 649 other MPs I'd want to criticise before I got around to Vince.

Talk, talk, talk, talk, talk....have you noticed this is ALL Cable does?

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http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/dec/22/vince-cable-interest-rates-housing-boom

It's almost as if London needs a separate interest rate to the rest of country....

"Northern unemployment is an acceptable price to pay for curbing London house price inflation"

..the guy is past it ...he should be pushing to stop foreign investment in London housing ...this fragile imposter is encouraging a South (not Sea this time) Bubble which is as fake as the Government and BofE's understanding of Economics ...get rid of this element ..allow prices to adjust to realistic levels ....and you may just reach the starting line towards recovery..... :rolleyes:

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Am I mistaken? I'm sure Vince Cable was almost the HPC poster boy a few years back? What happened?

Two faced shit, that is why.

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Poor Vince. The only HPC-friendly member of the cabinet, yet half of HPC hates him.

I remember Ming Campbell mentioning his complete disdain for property investment. The complete opposite to his mate Chris Huhne.

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