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So Carney knew a report was coming out that shows YOY house prices GROWTH is unchanged at 8.4% and the £ was collapsed, FTSE UP, unemplyment at all time lows...so he prints money and lower rates.

This man quite possible the 2ng biggest **** in history.

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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This must be the information they have that dforced them to lower IRS...here it is....

Annual house price growth unchanged at 8.4%

F**KING CRIMINALS IMHO

But the government have more than helped us all with HTB, HTB isa and only yesterday they made mortgages cheaper for us all.

Rejoice!

Edited by Crumbless

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So Carney knew a report was coming out that shows YOY house prices GROWTH is unchanged at 8.4% and the £ was collapsed, FTSE UP, unemplyment at all time lows...so he prints money and lower rates.

This man quite possible the 2ng biggest **** in history.

Who's the biggest? Osborne?

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Can you imagine Hammond sat in the Treasury and being told that the housing problem is the actual COST of housing, not lack of supply, size of deposit, or any other excuse. The Spads will be showing him how they're spending most of their take home pay for a dump in outer suburbia and he has to stop prices rising. Whether he'll take their advice is another matter. If he doesn't then we'll see some kind of gifted deposit or other equally stupid scheme to prop up prices.

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