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Labour Plot To End Right To Buy: Minister Brands Party 'enemy Of Aspiration' Over Moves To Curb People Buying Their Own Council Houses

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Apparently the Tory housing minster, Brandon Cuntface, said that social housing tenants should be able to do things like choosing their own front door (which can only be done with a huge discount through right to buy apparently) but private renters should not be allowed such privileges. I wonder why such blatant discrimination.

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Apparently the Tory housing minster, Brandon Cuntface, said that social housing tenants should be able to do things like choosing their own front door (which can only be done with a huge discount through right to buy apparently) but private renters should not be allowed such privileges. I wonder why such blatant discrimination.

An unfortunate, but no doubt appropriate, name. Must have been hell at school.

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Usual gutter journalism by the Mail there. I'm not a Labour supporter myself but the Mail have clearly blown a comment by Ed Milliband's housing minister totally out of proportion. He didn't even say they were going to get rid of it! And Rachel Reeves has said recently that they won't.

What the Labour councils are doing is of questionable legality though surely?

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Apparently the Tory housing minster, Brandon Cuntface, said that social housing tenants should be able to do things like choosing their own front door (which can only be done with a huge discount through right to buy apparently) but private renters should not be allowed such privileges. I wonder why such blatant discrimination.

Because the objective housing minister is a private landlord?

http://www.lettingagenttoday.co.uk/732-new-housing-minister-is-a-private-landlord

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