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Let’s stop lining housebuilders’ pockets and tax them instead

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For politicians and the press, Fairburn’s fall is a morality tale: a story of jaw-dropping greed unchecked by a supine board of directors, who couldn’t even plumb in a proper incentive scheme. This is both true and beside the point. As a collector of big bonanzas, Fairburn is hardly alone, either within his company (his interim replacement, David Jenkinson, scooped a bonus of more than £40m) or his industry. But the larger issue is that much of the money pocketed by the housebuilding bosses comes from you and me and everyone else who pays taxes.


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Persimmon don't provide anything other than overpriced small buildings that they sell to gullible people for ridiculously overinflated prices.

£75 million, meanwhile the people who buy these sh1tholes get a lifetimes worth of debt to pay back to the bent banking system.

All rats together, leeching off others productive work......banks, house builders. politicians.

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