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BBC says "First Time Buyers Need More Help"


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Whitehall sources have made clear that the government's financial priorities are based on delivering on the Conservatives' election manifesto promises.

And the main plank of its housing strategy in that document was to continue progress towards its target of 300,000 new homes a year by the mid-2020s.

What you measure is what you get, seems safe to assume that to hit the magic number of new homes per year they will tank quality even more than has already happened.

I love this Boomery solution to the UK's housing problems from the comments:

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Tax high luxury items such as phones - stop changing so often.

 

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3 hours ago, Dorkins said:

What you measure is what you get, seems safe to assume that to hit the magic number of new homes per year they will tank quality even more than has already happened.

I love this Boomery solution to the UK's housing problems from the comments:

 

Is it physically possible to cut the quality anymore. ?  surely farting in the direction of a partition wall would bring the block down. 

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13 hours ago, longgone said:

Is it physically possible to cut the quality anymore. ?  surely farting in the direction of a partition wall would bring the block down. 

Don't eat curry then. Easy solution.

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First time buyers need as much help as possible to get into massive amounts of debt to keep house prices high - and pay a new tax for 45 years so rich boomers in Surrey get to keep their multi million pound homes and get free social care!

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