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Theology student Nicola Archard, 21, who pays a weekly rent of £89 said: "My friends and I catch up in the sauna and Jacuzzi."

I used to paid £190 a month living on Chorlton Green in Manchester during my year in industry.

My rent a few months ago was only £300 in a nice area just outside London and I'm earning above average wage.

She is a student paying £359 a month in Manchester?! Either shes got a big loan or mummy and daddy are funding!

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Well might aswell get them accustomed to luxury they won't be able to afford for the rest of their lives when they have to pay off their £30K student loan and find their degree in media studies is actually a handicap in the work place!

I went to a proppa ooniverity an it dint do us no arm livin in squalor!

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Well might aswell get them accustomed to luxury they won't be able to afford for the rest of their lives when they have to pay off their £30K student loan and find their degree in media studies is actually a handicap in the work place!

I went to a proppa ooniverity an it dint do us no arm livin in squalor!

surely the squalor is part of the experience!?

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The development, which also caters for key workers, is one of several built around the country by Manchester-based developers Opal Property Group.

Translation from BBC/VI-speak: "Opal Property Group hoped to sell these flats to BTLers as luxury apartments for professionals, but ended up flogging them off cheap to a university before the market collapses any further"

There are similar developments in Bradford, Huddersfield, Nottingham, Leicester, Liverpool and Wolverhampton with a new development due to open in Leeds in September

Translation from BBC/VI-speak: "There is massive oversupply of flats in these cities too. Developers hope to dump properties on housing associations, before making a quick exit"

General translation from NuLab speak: Ha you suckers! NuLabourTruLabour have just conned a generation of private 'investors' and developers to cheaply build the social housing of the future on our behalf. Think of it as property PFI.

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They've done at wonderful job of highlighting the growing divide of rich and poor students

Mummy/daddy/mew vs no help from mummy/daddy and holding down 6 crap jobs

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  • 336 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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