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My Local Mp's Take On The Housing Market

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"The housing market has turned the corner and relative to earnings, median prices have strengthened' MP for Huntingdonshire Jonathan Djanogly (Millionaire son of a millionaire).

Average salary in Huntingdonshire is under £23000, average sold house price for the last year is £217000.

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I read that as....I'm a free market tory, print me some cash and use tax payers back scheme to give me free unearned untaxed income.

Let the 99%-ers children work.

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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Tory and Labour both polling under 30% for the first time since 1981. Let's hope it's a trend.

People are clearly saying they are fed up with the lot of them.... the same old same old plus the hanger on that will pair up with anyone going....in fact any of them will pair up with anything... do anything to get a job....I mean PMQs is quite embarrassing to think that lot are in charge of running the country, like a bunch full of school kids in a pantomime, scoring points off of each other....can't be trusted to do what they say, say what they do, or do anything useful. ;)

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People are clearly saying they are fed up with the lot of them.... the same old same old plus the hanger on that will pair up with anyone going....in fact any of them will pair up with anything... do anything to get a job....I mean PMQs is quite embarrassing to think that lot are in charge of running the country, like a bunch full of school kids in a pantomime, scoring points off of each other....can't be trusted to do what they say, say what they do, or do anything useful. ;)

+1 on that!

Nobody has an opinion, on anything! I bet they have more of an argument on the type of biscuit they have, than the direction of this country. Bourbon!

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