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Attacks on landlords end up hurting tenants, says ex-Bank of England policymaker

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Thick tnuc.

Do LL set fure to houses when they leave?

The gormlessness of economists has stopped surprising me. Bunch of gormless stnuc.

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The is talking nonsense and displays a poor knowledge of economic forces in relation to housing. 

The comments below the article destroy his line of argument. 

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5 hours ago, Ah-so said:

The is talking nonsense and displays a poor knowledge of economic forces in relation to housing. 

The comments below the article destroy his line of argument. 

David Price and James Fraser have turned up in the comments section now, spouting their usual nonsense.

I find it astonishing that Fraser can be a senior Conservative councillor in Stevenage.  I hope his opponents at the next round of elections inform their electorate about his landlordism.

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David Miles is raising his profile so much recently he could easily walk into a well paid consultancy or two or three or four etc.

Ex-MPC colleague Kate Barker is doing OK.

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Man Group, the $80.7 billion hedge fund manager, has hired a former member of the Bank of England committee that sets interest rates to sit on its board. Katharine Barker, who was recognised for services to the economy with a damehood in 2014, will become a non-executive director and member of Man's remuneration committee in April, according to a February 7 statement

... she is also chairman of the Trustees of the British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme, a non-executive director of lender Yorkshire Building Society, and a non-executive director of housebuilder Taylor Wimpey

https://www.fnlondon.com/articles/man-group-names-former-boe-rate-setter-to-pay-board-20170207

 

 

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