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Newsnight Tonight - Is Our Property Obsession Damaging The Economy?

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Do they even have to ask this question? Is Newsnight turning into LBC with it's nonsensical questions?

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Property is the economy.

If i lived in a nation where property was relative to wages id have been able to spend 50K on equipment and start my own business which involves getting contracts around the planet and creating jobs that pay 3 times the average wage.

But i dont live in such a nation so the corporations get all the work.

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Property is the economy.

If i lived in a nation where property was relative to wages id have been able to spend 50K on equipment and start my own business which involves getting contracts around the planet and creating jobs that pay 3 times the average wage.

But i dont live in such a nation so the corporations get all the work.

Have you considered making peanut butter in a shed instead?

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Property is the economy.

If i lived in a nation where property was relative to wages id have been able to spend 50K on equipment and start my own business which involves getting contracts around the planet and creating jobs that pay 3 times the average wage.

But i dont live in such a nation so the corporations get all the work.

If you did live in such a nation then probably best to get in on the ground floor with buy-to-let and give the staff aggro a miss.

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I just tried to post the same thing, but my post has gone to the moderators!

Might be interesting to watch.

You need to get to 100 posts before your own threads bypass the mods. So just get posting lots of comments to other threads.

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Well good of that excuse of a human and failed politician show that property prices are the Tory benchmark of a successful economy.

How out of touch could this pr7ck be, and this debate is pathetic.

Here is hoping Redwood has a car crash on the way home.

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Has it got to the point where they say it helps the UK economy and they and their VI cronies are the UK economy.

Yes Redwood made it loud and clear, but it was a pathetic debate by 3 not very bright people.

Im a celebrity Get me out of here is more highbrow.

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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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