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Security in housing

Most families want to own their own homes. We will also support efficiently run social and private rented sectors offering quality and choice.

The Conservatives' failure on housing has been twofold. The two thirds of families who own their homes have suffered a massive increase in insecurity over the last decade, with record mortgage arrears, record negative equity and record repossessions. And the Conservatives' lack of a housing strategy has led to the virtual abandonment of social housing, the growth of homelessness, and a failure to address fully leaseholder reform. All these are the Tory legacy.

Labour's housing strategy will address the needs of homeowners and tenants alike.

We will reject the boom and bust policies which caused the collapse of the housing market.

We will work with mortgage providers to encourage greater provision of more flexible mortgages to protect families in a world of increased job insecurity.

Mortgage buyers also require stronger consumer protection, for example by extension of the Financial Services Act, against the sale of disadvantageous mortgage packages.

The problems of gazumping have reappeared. Those who break their bargains should be liable to pay the costs inflicted on others, in particular legal and survey costs. We are consulting on the best way of tackling the problems of gazumping in the interests of responsible home buyers and sellers.

http://www.labour-party.org.uk/manifestos/...manifesto.shtml

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We will reject the boom and bust policies which caused the collapse of the housing market.

In the words of my old Latin teacher, "Gentlemen, I'm still waiting".

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GB should be beaten to a bloody pulp with it, forced to eat it until he gags, then have it shoved up his volumous ar5e.

IMHO of sourse, others may feel this somewhat lenient :angry:

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the best laugh i've had in ages...

I'm not sure it's a laughing matter.

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GB should be beaten to a bloody pulp with it, forced to eat it until he gags, then have it shoved up his volumous ar5e.

IMHO of sourse, others may feel this somewhat lenient :angry:

:o:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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By the time the next election comes around, the Tories housing strategy will be as follows:

Security in housing

Most families want to own their own homes. We will also support efficiently run social and private rented sectors offering quality and choice.

Labours' failure on housing has been twofold. The two thirds of families who own their homes have suffered a massive increase in insecurity over the last decade, with record mortgage arrears, record negative equity and record repossessions. And Labours' lack of a housing strategy has led to the virtual abandonment of social housing, the growth of homelessness, and a failure to address fully leaseholder reform. All these are the NuLabour legacy.

The Conservatives' housing strategy will address the needs of homeowners and tenants alike.

We will reject the boom and bust policies which caused the collapse of the housing market.

We will work with mortgage providers to encourage greater provision of more flexible mortgages to protect families in a world of increased job insecurity.

Mortgage buyers also require stronger consumer protection, for example by extension of the Financial Services Act, against the sale of disadvantageous mortgage packages.

The problems of gazumping have reappeared. Those who break their bargains should be liable to pay the costs inflicted on others, in particular legal and survey costs. We are consulting on the best way of tackling the problems of gazumping in the interests of responsible home buyers and sellers.

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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