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Discontinuing eligibility of non-British citizens for government-subsidised housing, with the exceptions of key workers and asylum seekers, would probably solve the problem.

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3 hours ago, Will! said:

Discontinuing eligibility of non-British citizens for government-subsidised housing, with the exceptions of key workers and asylum seekers, would probably solve the problem.

Ooh, bit racist mate 

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12 hours ago, Will! said:

Discontinuing eligibility of non-British citizens for government-subsidised housing, with the exceptions of key workers and asylum seekers, would probably solve the problem.

Probably wrong as tax income will fall even fast than demand as British citizen tend to work less and pay less tax.

What joy to get back to hating British benefit scroungers!!

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36 minutes ago, Peter Hun said:

Probably wrong as tax income will fall even fast than demand as British citizen tend to work less and pay less tax.

You are Dustmann or Frattini and I claim my five euros.

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On 16/04/2019 at 07:06, Peter Hun said:

Probably wrong as tax income will fall even fast than demand as British citizen tend to work less and pay less tax.

What joy to get back to hating British benefit scroungers!!

That is not logical as immigrants who pay more tax would not get  government-subsidised housing so would still be here.

Do you think an Indian IT worker would leave because they can't get the council house they couldn't get anyway.

On 15/04/2019 at 18:10, Will! said:

Discontinuing eligibility of non-British citizens for government-subsidised housing, with the exceptions of key workers and asylum seekers, would probably solve the problem.

Sadly that would cause more people to lie to get asylum.  I know people who have done this they are quite open about it.  I wrote to MP nothing happened.

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