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Germany: 87-Year-Old Imprisoned For Fare-Dodging

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Are there no workhouses..

Poor pension,high rents and a cleaning job at 87 years old.

Perhaps TPTB here long ago recognised, in advance, the 'value' in simply giving out free bus passes to the elderly (at wider tax payers expense of course), rather than be forced to confront the economic realities of the world they have created - and so not have their sensibilities offended at the sight of endless such cases of criminalised fare dodging pensioners over here.

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Can we blame Kirsty and Phil for this?

Over the last six years, rents in the capital Berlin have shot up roughly 40 percent, according to the independent DIW economic think tank.

Isn't it about 6 years since they did their "go buy a btl in germany" episodes of LLL.

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Can we blame Kirsty and Phil for this?

Over the last six years, rents in the capital Berlin have shot up roughly 40 percent, according to the independent DIW economic think tank.

Isn't it about 6 years since they did their "go buy a btl in germany" episodes of LLL.

2007 - The start of the end of the euro and German recycling their savings into Southern Europe = inflating the German economy. The money has to end up somewhere.

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Can we blame Kirsty and Phil for this?

Over the last six years, rents in the capital Berlin have shot up roughly 40 percent, according to the independent DIW economic think tank.

Isn't it about 6 years since they did their "go buy a btl in germany" episodes of LLL.

You mean for encouraging Britain's plucky noveau rentiers to apply their skills in a land seemingly without housing benefit?

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  • 407 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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