Thursday, August 28, 2014

Cameron: ‘The plan is working’

Parents 'Cut Back On Food To Pay For Homes'

More than one in 10 parents admit skipping meals to save money and avoid risking losing their homes, a survey has found. Three million working parents in England are being forced to cut back on food so they can afford to pay for their homes. A YouGov poll of working families has found that rising housing costs mean more and more of our wages are needed to keep a roof over our heads. The problem has got so bad that more than one in 10 parents - over 750,000 people - admit to skipping meals rather than risk losing their home. Recent figures from the government's English Housing Survey show households are spending 28% of their weekly income on housing costs alone - and that rises to 40% for private renters. -- Short - Tesco --

Posted by khards @ 07:49 AM (3430 views)
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8 thoughts on “Cameron: ‘The plan is working’

  • bought a load of sainsbury shares 🙂 they are cheap and there is a rumour of a bid

    would not touch telco shares with a bargepole Tescos has the USA walmart town syndrome with their arrogance people hate the store, they are run down dirty shops much like the chain of one stop shops they own run down and dirty

    people are fighting over cheap food yes, Aldi is not cheap when you compare actual per KG price rather than pack price you will find their meats are almost double the price of Asda meats, as for Aldi cheaper chocolate there is a reason why this is cheaper, same with Aldi veg absolute rubbish.

    Sainsbury seem to offer good value half decent food although I am not a fan of our local store wasting so much food and binning it rather than giving it to a charity

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  • mountain goat says:

    Bumper grain crops forecast for this summer so food prices should drop further soon. Climate-Armageddon-predicting scientists better go back to the drawing board.

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  • yeh and all the free food courtesy of the taxpayer (the payments for sales which never made it to russia)

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  • If food prices drop the government will order the food to be destroyed in order to keep price up.

    Where have we seen this before?

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  • “The plan is working”.

    But:
    *Cameron didn’t know about Carswell’s resignation when this was posted.
    *The by election could be won by Carswell giving 1st UKIP seat.
    *Loads of free publicity for Farage (we thought he was on a decline).
    *Potentially other MPs will follow.

    Can’t agree khards, who can forecast politics (certainly not me)??

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  • “– Short – Tesco —
    Posted by khards @ 07:49 AM (991 views)”

    What a prediction!

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  • “mark said…

    bought a load of sainsbury shares 🙂 they are cheap”

    I felt for you today. Been there before. I’ve done something similar in the past.

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  • cornish I dont regret it, sainsbury are good value a few % drop means nothing they will spring back up soon 🙂

    as i said don’t touch tescos with a bargepole how right I was 75% dividend cut, dirty stores, arrogance, bad management etc etc tescos is dead now.

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