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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Block 1:09 Fri Feb 21
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Darby_ 11:40 Fri Feb 21
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In actual fact, London's house prices have been nothing but average, the biggest upturn has been in Yorkshire, apparently.

Swiss, the lack of EU workers means that companies will have to pay decent wages to attract local skilled workers, which is only a good thing.

It appears you want those who aren't born here to succeed more than those who are born and bred here.

Side of Ham 12:45 Fri Feb 21
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BRANDED 11:49 Fri Feb 21

When is Hans Cringestian BRANDEDsen going to stop giving over information everyone is already aware of like he is reading another one of his fairy stories?

He mugs himself right off......

Swiss. 12:41 Fri Feb 21
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With the exodus of skilled and unskilled EU workers I would expect to see the rental market fall for sure.

BRANDED 12:04 Fri Feb 21
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If the Tories adopt a number of Labours spending plans the result could be very positive.

BRANDED 12:02 Fri Feb 21
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He’s certainly the only exciting thing about the Tory government. I hope he sticks around as his ideas are good.

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:01 Fri Feb 21
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A large scale downward movement - Posh term for a massive shit?

Moncurs Putting Iron 11:58 Fri Feb 21
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Becoming increasingly clear that Dominant Dom is the Frank Oz of British Politics.

BRANDED 11:49 Fri Feb 21
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Property became the investment of choice of anyone with spare cash. A kind of gold bar replacement as the prices have not crashed since the early 90s in most places. This is due to money supply. It would be far better for that to go into R&D and investing in new technologies and new business on the cutting edge.
A rentier society is not one moving forward.

BRANDED 11:46 Fri Feb 21
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I think supply and demand of both property and cash is a factor too. They’ve been building a lot up in those Northern cities and they are much cheaper than London prices.

Kaiser Zoso 11:45 Fri Feb 21
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A large scale downward movement in property prices would cause all sorts of problems in the economy. It’s not just the residential sector, pension funds have plenty of investments in commercial property too. Business loans secured with charges against freehold valuations, what would happen there?

It’s the sort of one dimensional idiocy that ill informed people wish for

Darby_ 11:40 Fri Feb 21
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I think I predicted house prices rising in areas close to London a few years ago. Cities further afield will be the next to boom while London will probably level off a little bit. There's always a ripple effect with the property market. It starts in London and slowly spreads out to the provinces as people look further afield for bargains.

House prices are going up all across the world because of low interest rates. Historically low interest rates means that buyers have more money to spend on the face-price of houses, since they'll have less to pay in interest after they've bought it. House prices are high, but when you include repayments, they're not as outrageously high as they look.

BRANDED 11:40 Fri Feb 21
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Although that has happened in some of the > £2 mill price bracket in the past two years in London.

BRANDED 11:38 Fri Feb 21
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A 30% crash in house prices would probably bring my house down to its 2012 valuation.

Eerie Descent 11:37 Fri Feb 21
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Bit harsh to expect BRANDED to remember the thoughts of others that he has C&P's on here over the years.

BRANDED 11:36 Fri Feb 21
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Sure. That!s always possible. But you wouldn’t take that seriously though would you? Predicting the future is a mugs game or one for those following events too closely.
House prices are too high in many areas. That is a simple truth.

Lee Trundle 11:27 Fri Feb 21
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"I’m not sure I remember predicting house prices. Not something I do."

You quite possibly could have cut and pasted something from social media on the subject though?

BRANDED 11:23 Fri Feb 21
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I’m not sure I remember predicting house prices. Not something I do. They’ve been stagnant in places where they are outrageously overpriced but are going up in some places where they a relatively a lot cheaper. I was reading that younger Londoners are moving up North for cheaper housing and better quality of life. Bearing in mind the kind of places you can get in Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester it doesn’t surprise me.

Block 11:23 Fri Feb 21
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AG

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:03 Fri Feb 21
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We haven't actually left yet, Bolty,, you large-headed cunt.

Oh!

Block 10:55 Fri Feb 21
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Funny, you and remainers were all claiming how the house prices would crash post brexit as a reason to vote remain, now they're continuing to rise it's an issue?

I said at the time it wouldn't happen, although it did need to happen in all fairness.

BRANDED 10:54 Fri Feb 21
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UK house prices are far too high in many places already. It’s a problem not a benefit.

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