Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Seems like the government are taking some action in helping house prices remain within the range of first time buyers

Gordon Brown and government to address UK house prices

Gordon Brown has stated that he is going to inspect the UK housing market and assess why first time buyers can't get on the ladder. I suspect he will tax the priviledged in order to pass on some form of masked leg-up to first time buyers. I'm off to sell my assets and become a beneficiary too!

Posted by landlord expert @ 04:12 PM (581 views)
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4 thoughts on “Seems like the government are taking some action in helping house prices remain within the range of first time buyers

  • Assess why they cannot get on the ladder! Hmm, let me think, er … prices?

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  • How laughable.

    Pledging to build a few more houses at some point in the future won’t solve problems that exist right now. It’s almost as if the meaningless platitudes and well presented posturing will make up for action and tough decisions.

    Gordon Brown is a toady loser.

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  • You cannot blame them. Some problems do go away by themselves. For example, they are less people starving in darfour than 6 months ago because most that were starving have now starved. Unfortunately, they will not get so lucky with housing.

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  • Ohhh Kayyy???? So, are we to believe that stealth tax Gordy is genuinely anxious to find a way to flush a couple of £Billion in stamp duty down the toilet by addressing the housing bubble as PM when he turned a blind eye in order to cash in on it as Chancellor. Yeah, right. Perhaps this is just smoke screen distraction while he dreams up some bizzare, flavour of the month carbon foot-print based enviro-stealth taxes to take its place.

    Here’s one for you Gordy. How about a respiratory efficiency tax which penalizes the unfit for breathing out too much CO2? In that case would a voluntary lung removal be tax avoidance or evasion?

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