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James Brokenshire - New Housing Minister

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Brokenshire. Good name for a Tory town. Near Hampshire, except houses are 20x average wage and the youngest person is a 55.

“have you been past Brokenshire? Yes, the artisian fete was most entertaining and smell of freshly baked Waitrose bread was lovely”.

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Dominic Raab is still Housing Minister, Brokenshire is now Raab's boss and has a wider portfolio. Brokenshire attends Cabinet, Raab just sits playing with his desk toys waiting to be promoted or shuffled sideways in a year or so.

Image result for desk toy

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3 hours ago, frederico said:

I wonder how many effing BTL s he has

Apparently, none, which is refreshing. Also doesn't have a PPE degree.

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16 minutes ago, hayder said:

I believe he has 1 in his name in Essex. 

Donno how many under other names / trusts etc...

Is that the house he lives in though?

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5 minutes ago, hayder said:

rental property

Any evidence of that? I understood some list of MPs with BTLs did not include him, mentioned on property 118 I believe.

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On 30/04/2018 at 12:56, rantnrave said:

Anyone got any details about the new housing minister?

He's some bloke who is going to go on about housing shortages and having an economy that works for everyone. by everyone he means him and his chums.

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On 30/04/2018 at 19:45, Oki said:

This Guy. Fourteen months. Any takers?

15. Good call.

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40 minutes ago, Wayward said:

Good

Did he actually do anything in his post that we know of?

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1 hour ago, Si1 said:

15. Good call.

 

6 minutes ago, adarmo said:

painfully close!

Cheers, I was just playing the odds though.

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