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My Mp Is A Buy-to-let Landlord

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I've just sent a letter to my MP, Nick Reynsford. I've noticed that one of his Registered Interests is:

Land and Property

Two-bedroomed flat in London, from which rental income is received.

See: http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/nick_rayn...ch_and_woolwich

Great. I wonder what will be done about house prices in Greenwich? :P

Does your MP own a buy-to-let?

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I've just sent a letter to my MP, Nick Reynsford. I've noticed that one of his Registered Interests is:

Land and Property

Two-bedroomed flat in London, from which rental income is received.

See: http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/nick_rayn...ch_and_woolwich

Great. I wonder what will be done about house prices in Greenwich? :P

Does your MP own a buy-to-let?

Mine is too :angry:

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It would make very interesting reading if someone could be bothered to go through the list and work out just how many from each party and each department (esp the treasury).

It would have the makings of rather a good newspaper story I would imagine!

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My prime minster is a buy to let landlord. They are hardly going to do anything collectively to take down the HPI or relieve rental pressure by building more social housing are they?

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