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One In Three Families Has Both Parents In Full-Time Jobs As Number Of Working Mothers Rises


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If that is what you think....why should you have a problem with it?

Because I would rather someone take the housing crisis seriously and the danger of a crash seriously, every time anyone mentions a bubble and a crash hpc is brought up as a joke and the fact that people on here have been doom mongering and exaggerating for so long that they think it cant happen.

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Pot..... Kettle..... Black...... What a pleasant fellow you are, I supposed you preferred the days of the woman staying at home, being seen as a second class citizen... Get back in your cave...

You suppose wrong you muppet.

Also at least I paid for my own cave with only one income, mine or my wifes at a time.

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You suppose wrong you muppet.

Also at least I paid for my own cave with only one income, mine or my wifes at a time.

Hmm interesting, cause I do own a house, the reason I want house prices to be lower is because of a social conscience, also unlike other sheeple I don't buy the fact that if your house goes up in price you are richer, moving up the ladder is just as unattainable as getting on the ladder... Oh and im not married and I bought the house on my own income so just one income... But hey why not try to alienate every section of society that agrees with you and become a laughing stock, I mean its working wonders for you right now.

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  • 434 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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