Friday, June 1, 2007

… and people still like to live with someone

Households & families

Another pathetic lie told by the EA about our social habits is that the number of single households is booming... "The proportion of one-person households in Great Britain increased by 9 percentage points between 1971 and 1991, and a further 2 percentage points to 29 per cent in 2001 and then remained at this level to 2005"

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2 thoughts on “… and people still like to live with someone

  • Whiteknight says:

    The whole lack of fundamental supply argument was an obfuscation trick by brokers (agents) to force up the market, ably assisted by the greedy idiots who were happy to believe them.

    If everybody is a rabid buyer, of course there will appear to be such a situation. If people own multiple propeties, of course there will appear to be such a situation.

    What a pile of Weapons Grade Bozocity….

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  • On a completely unrelated topic to the article, there is one thing that improved our cities; the IRA. After their attacks on Birmingham and Manchester, they were rebuilt into much better city centres. It is a shame they could not bomb Stoke! This is something to think about while we wait for the crash. Your thoughts anyone?

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