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Dominic Frisby Tells It How It Is - Simple, Effective And Also Very Funny

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Most of us know he writes for Money Week and the The Guardian, and has penned a number of books.

But he's also a very funny stand up comedian. Look up 'Dominic Frisby's Drunk 12 Days of Christmas' on You Tube - hilarious but rude.

Here he succinctly tells it how it is in this video..

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Most of us know he writes for Money Week and the The Guardian, and has penned a number of books.

But he's also a very funny stand up comedian. Look up 'Dominic Frisby's Drunk 12 Days of Christmas' on You Tube - hilarious but rude.

Here he succinctly tells it how it is in this video..

Very funny and very accurate - mind you even he seemed to steer clear of the issue of supporting population increase (the other side of the restricting house building via planning). They can still overcrowd and cram in of course and eventually some might get a hefty mortgage to buy a house.

Accepted though that the level of credit is the main driver of house prices.

Edited by billybong

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He posts on here though, or did I dream that? I thought that video was posted by a user on here originally as their own.

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Except planning laws didn't push up prices. Exactly how often do I need to say this?

#endHTB #banbankbailouts #bringbackcapitalism

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Except planning laws didn't push up prices. Exactly how often do I need to say this?

#endHTB #banbankbailouts #bringbackcapitalism

Indeed.

It's always ultimately the level of credit but restricting the number of houses and increasing the numbers to be housed does increase the competition for those houses and that credit - and increases and excuses the amount of credit especially in a liar loan only need to mist a mirror fraudulent lending economy?

Ultimately it is the level of credit.

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