james36armstrong at hotmail.com
Thu May 31 09:29:35 BST 2007
"First time buyers in 2001 paid an extra £32,000 each on average than if
housing supply had been higher since 1975" Kate Barker,( awkward syntax
and all) Government Interim Report page 15.
In the rarified world of Kate Barker's Threadneedle Street, young people
walk about with readies in their back pocket.- Here people take out
mortgages and (re-paid) in 2001 £68,000 extra.
This is an out of date confimation of my figure, now £133,125 unknowingly
paid for the £175 daisy patch under each new house to-day.
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