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Great news for all the young people....VOTE UKIP.

We need a huge majority this week, and hopefully many of those LABCON MPs in constituency's with a small majority will jump ship.

We need an election ASAP.

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"Reckless added: “I hope that all the attention in Rochester we’ve had will support house prices.”

So that tells us that both Tories and UKIP are in favour of making the most expensive asset any of us will ever buy even more expensive.

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From UKIP's website

Housing and planning

– UKIP will protect the Green Belt.

– Planning rules in the NPPF will be changed to make it easier to build on brownfield sites instead of greenfield sites. Central government is to list the nationally available brownfield sites for development and issue low-interest bonds to enable decontamination.

– Houses on brownfield sites will be exempt from Stamp Duty on first sale and VAT relaxed for redevelopment of brownfield sites.

– Planning Permission for large-scale developments can be overturned by a referendum triggered by the signatures of 5% of the District or Borough electors collected within three months.

That will really push up availability and affordability. It is much cheaper to build on greenfield sites, and the land is less of a health hazard for young families than a polluted brownfield site.

Seems more like a Boomers wishlist to me.

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Tories: HTB, HTB, ZIRP, QE, FLS, NIMBYs

UKIP: As above

Labour: As above + unlimited Housing Benefit

Lib Dems: Who cares?

Greens: Houses never to be built on sites with more than one blade of grass

ARGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

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I personally prefer the Daily Mail's take on this story:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2837966/Osborne-leads-ditch-Tory-push-Rochester-Ukip-course-victory.html

Below the picture of the spitfire the Mail say, and I quote:

"Douglas Carswell became the first elected Ukip MP last month when he won the Clacton by-election he called after defecating from the Tories"

Do you think they meant defecting? Defacating is probably for more accurate a word for politicians though...

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Sir John Major yesterday claimed Ukip is 'profoundly un-British in every way'.

The former Conservative Prime Minister blasted the 'sheer nastiness' of Mr Farage's party and said it was 'anti-everything... anti-politics, anti-foreigner, anti-immigrant, anti-aid'.

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Everything?

Anti-matter?

It's not anti an eu referendum.

Edited by billybong

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Absolute desperation & just sums up the mentality.

They really have no idea and making presidential visits to some local factory wearing high viz and getting the press to photograph them pointing and looking like they give a xxxx, pahahahaha

Edited by workingpoor

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Yep houses will reach 3rd world prices with wages to match.

Makes sense, We have half the third world coming here driving down wages. Just need to get 4 families in a 3 bedroom house.

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I was referring to a post UKIP UK not part of the single market having to compete with other non EU/EEA countries with similar levels of (non) natural resources. Houses I believe are quite cheap in Serbia and Turkey.

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Note the Common Purpose trolls are on this, any mention of UKIP and they swing into action.

Anyway back on topic, merely controlling the increasing demand of housing immigration creates will help reduce HPI.

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Rochester and Strood is partly being fought over 11,000 home redevelopment of 'brownfield; ex MOD land.

As a Tory Mark Feckless backed the development.

Now as UKIP Feckless opposes it.

If you think UKIP will make a genuine change you are either thick or a dreamer

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If immigration was the key driver of hpi then why did hpi exist in Ireland and Spain and why does it still exist in Australia? What do you think will be the effect on hpi of up to 1million expats returning to the UK? UKIP will do nothing for reducing house prices as the Tories know, they are just trying to scare off any more older voters from voting for them as UKIP has a record of attracting the older demographic.

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If immigration was the key driver of hpi then why did hpi exist in Ireland and Spain and why does it still exist in Australia? What do you think will be the effect on hpi of up to 1million expats returning to the UK? UKIP will do nothing for reducing house prices as the Tories know, they are just trying to scare off any more older voters from voting for them as UKIP has a record of attracting the older demographic.

Perhaps it's because the older voters remember the time, before NuLabour, when there was a difference between the main political parties and are voting UKIP because they see it as the only way to break the LIBLABCON single party stranglehold.

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Housing is "wealth" no party is ever going to voluntarily destroy wealth especially when some of that wealth puts individuals in the property millionaire class.

There is a big difference between voluntarily destroying wealth and allowing market forces to prevail.

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I was referring to a post UKIP UK not part of the single market having to compete with other non EU/EEA countries with similar levels of (non) natural resources. Houses I believe are quite cheap in Serbia and Turkey.

Considering average wages in turkey are about £6.5k a year of course houses look nominally cheap to you! To one of the 12% unemployed over there they look catastrophically high. They also have a massive problem with VIs as all the corrupt politicians are on the take selling land to real estate development sector and getting a cut. This was part of the fuel for the political crises that started in 2013.

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Considering average wages in turkey are about £6.5k a year of course houses look nominally cheap to you! To one of the 12% unemployed over there they look catastrophically high. They also have a massive problem with VIs as all the corrupt politicians are on the take selling land to real estate development sector and getting a cut. This was part of the fuel for the political crises that started in 2013.

Quite. Exactly my point as UK workers will be directly competing with Turkish workers amongst others to sell goods and services into the EU if UKIP ever got their way.

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Perhaps it's because the older voters remember the time, before NuLabour, when there was a difference between the main political parties and are voting UKIP because they see it as the only way to break the LIBLABCON single party stranglehold.

I think it has more to do with an element of older people who are just anti foreigner and the fact that most young people have a more open mind.

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Quite. Exactly my point as UK workers will be directly competing with Turkish workers amongst others to sell goods and services into the EU if UKIP ever got their way.

Er, isn't that the whole point of being in the EU.

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