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When Will We Get A Senior Politician In Power Who Doesn't Want To Pump Up House Prices?

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On current tenure trends renters will be a majority of the adult population by the 2025 general election.

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I suppose it should be Corbyn but when he became leader, he stopped being a socialist and instead adopted the 'Party first, country second, people third' mantra that is the labour party.

As evidenced by him removing his anti EU posts from his blog.

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You'll get one once the prevailing opinion is that grossly overvalued property prices are a bad thing for people, and there are votes to be had for opposing them.

As long as there are more votes to be had by keeping prices pumped up, all you'll get is policies dedicated to keeping prices high. The 'remain' camp have even made keeping prices high an issue in the Brexit 'debate' ... high prices and cheap mortgages if you stay, falling prices and more expensive mortgages if you leave!

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