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Ttrtr Admits That Small Monthly Cost Changes Make No Difference

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I used to pay 20 a month for my gas. Now I pay 26 a month. Hardly a shock.

.. in response to the point that utility bills are rising. But the August rate cut saves the average person about 15 or 20 pounds a month on their mortgage. That is an equivalently piffling small amount when compared to the rise in fuel bills. So are we now agreed that interest rate cuts of 0.25 or 0.5 or even 0.75 percent make very little real difference to household budgets? Are we agreed that there is really no justification for trotting out rate cuts as a reason why house prices "should" or "will" rise by huge amounts every year?

Let's hear it.....

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