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I agreed to sign it at End Help To Buy

The next bit reading and instead direct this funding into social housing is the icing on the cake. B)

Petition ends in March 2018 so it might just coincide with those leveraged landlords shitting bricks about the extra tax they will have to pay on their 'rental cells'. ^_^

 

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44 minutes ago, MattW said:

Petition ends in March 2018

So it was opened 15th September - just over a week ago - and has 487 signatures. Hopefully there are enough supportive people who read this site to push it to 10 000, even without looking further afield.

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9 minutes ago, Wayward said:

over Half mill for uber petition....how many will this petition get..? what is in peoples heads ? I despair...

Exactly what I was just thinking, people are so ignorant of the issues that REALLY effect their quality of life and standard of living and instead concentrate on all these trivial irrelevancies bandied around in the usual social media/MSM echo chambers.

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47 minutes ago, Wayward said:

over Half mill for uber petition....how many will this petition get..? what is in peoples heads ? I despair...

Uber did email the petition to everyone signed up with them and this has been headline news. What publicity has the HTB petition had?

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The way it is worded it could potentially get some support from Corbyn supporting types who oppose home ownership and support social/council house building. Need some journalist/celeb of that persuasion to start tweeting about it. Whereas people on here are generally fine with home ownership, just at reasonable salary multiples.

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1 hour ago, simon49 said:

Signed, the countrys credit rating has just gone down another notch according to the news. Perhaps that will put an end to HTB.

we can hope so but I fear that inflating or at least propping up the price of housing is the states first priority and will come before all else...

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Signed. This is however the 4th or 5th petition promoted on HPC which I have signed. Dont think any have got a thousand sigs. The landlords got over half way to having section 24 debated in parliament.

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I've signed it, although my objection is more that HTB inflates house / land prices.  

It will all end in a nasty mess one way or another.  The sooner they pull the plug the better IMHO.

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6 hours ago, Wayward said:

over Half mill for uber petition....how many will this petition get..? what is in peoples heads ? I despair...

Yep people voted for Uber, they chose convenience and cheapness over safety and fairness for drivers wages.

lets recap

46 rape allegations

dont pay uk tax

drivers working 70 hours + to scrape a living

they drive like s**t from my experience in London.. if your job is a professional driver, should you not pass a special advanced driving test? 

Uber flooding the market with 40’000 cars, clogging up roads, causing congestion to destroy opposition so they can then hike the prices.

backed by black rock who payed our previous chancellor 650k a year (nothing corrupt at all)

 

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