The top priority for the government is to increase the housing supply for the UK. We build approximately one third of the new homes that we require to sustain ourselves and any measures by the Chancellor, in his forthcoming Budget, must be directed towards fixing the broken housing market. Read more
If I may, I’d like to address all those 20-40 year old ‘Labour voting groupies’ who are ‘gooey eyed’, naïve, liberal minded idealists, who, thanks to others, can now take for granted world peace, full employment, foreign travel, a successful, innovative and productive nation, with more strike-free days than any other nation in the G20.
Whilst it is a laudable aim to raise a few hundred million pounds for homeless people, at this critical time for the country, when you want to encourage inward investment, why stick up a notice to foreign investors, ‘we’re closed for your business’?
Clearly, the Tory Party are so worried about the existing paltry housing stock, that they want to stop non UK residents ‘pecking away’ at it.
This demonstrates how poorly they understand why we have a broken housing market. It’s all about supply and not about demand! Read more