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UK Planning Regulation is Hurting the Poorest

UK Planning Regulation is Hurting the Poorest

Thomas Walker March 1, 2017 0

The state of the housing market in Britain has gone well beyond a joke. Recently it was revealed that there are on average “eleven house-hunters for every home on the market”. House prices have

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It is Time to End the Attack on Buy-to-Let

It is Time to End the Attack on Buy-to-Let

Alexander Fiúza July 22, 2016 0

Over the last year the Cameron government used the tax code to heavily discourage buy-to-let investment, through such means as the 3% surcharge on second homes, the changes to mortgage interest relief and the

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Immigration Needn’t be a Side-Splitting Issue for the Smug Left

Immigration Needn’t be a Side-Splitting Issue for the Smug Left

Joey Simnett August 6, 2015 4

The Labour party is currently going through a substantive re-evaluation of what it stands for, with clashes between Jeremy Corbyn supporters and Blairites increasingly prevalent. However in order to fix Labour’s reputation in areas

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A rise in the Minimum Wage is an easy sale, but it won’t fix the “cost of living crisis”.

A rise in the Minimum Wage is an easy sale, but it won’t fix the “cost of living crisis”.

Alex MacDonald May 23, 2014 3

  Calls from Ed Miliband to raise the minimum wage have united all of the major parties on a traditionally contentious topic. The exact increase remains to be seen, but whatever the amount, we

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Hurry Up And Die: We Need An Upper Age Limit

Hurry Up And Die: We Need An Upper Age Limit

Lee Jenkins March 28, 2013 6

Too many old people are being supported by too few young people and its getting worse. It’s unsustainable. We need to think the unthinkable   Like many Asian cultures, the Japanese  view their elderly

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