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Made me laugh ..there are empty villages full of empty houses all over France ..houses for sale at 10k ..it would appear the housing problem is in the cities where the rich gather served by the poor... Look at the rural villages , put back the train you took to serve Paris ..re open the local schools , allow Doctors to work , support local framers and give jobs to the rural areas ..return to the land ..be no problems re houses Covid-19: Could empty office buildings help solve France's housing crisis? Covid-19 has emptied office buildings and business districts, and with working from home expected to be the norm after the pandemic, some want to convert them to residential use to help solve inner-city housing crises. EVERY NATION HAS EMPTY VILLAGES ...re populate ..ah actually nO ON SECOND THOUGHTS STAY IN YOUR CITIES ..you will pollute the rural areas ..better dead https://youtu.be/SgfIxUw-wEU
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Middle income , ie those with jobs ..not poor nor rich ..middle ...remember all that furlough money they paid you to stay home and play at covid ..well now they want it back and they are going to tax you for it ..well played Middle-income households to be hit by ‘£2bn council tax bombshell’ Poorer families set to suffer as local authorities consider whether to put up council tax by maximum of 4.99%. Some one has to pay for covid folks and guess who its going to be YOU Millions of council tax payers are in line for increases of up to 5% in their annual bills from April, with those on low and middle incomes hit hardest by a sixth year of increases in England above the rate of inflation. The tax rise, which Labour said amounted to a “£2bn council tax bombshell” for families still coping with the pandemic, will go ahead despite Boris Johnson’s claim that he would end years of austerity. Hundreds of councils must decide soon whether to raise the tax by the maximum allowed by government of 4.99%, or to make big cuts in services. The Tory-controlled Hillingdon council, which covers the prime minister’s constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruislip, is due to vote this week on proposals for a 4.8% increase in bills, while Bath and North East Somerset council, which covers leader of the house Jacob Rees-Mogg’s constituency, will vote on a 4.99% increase, adding £70 a year to the average bill. Thinktanks and MPs across party lines have also urged the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, who is soon to present a budget to the Commons, to delay any tax rises until the recovery is assured. Property tax is going to go up to until you cant afford your own home even if you have paid off the mortgage ..they are thieves https://youtu.be/KapSIC8xSIc
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Made me laugh ..there are empty villages full of empty houses all over France ..houses for sale at 10k ..it would appear the housing problem is in the cities where the rich gather served by the poor... Look at the rural villages , put back the train you took to serve Paris ..re open the local schools , allow Doctors to work , support local framers and give jobs to the rural areas ..return to the land ..be no problems re houses Covid-19: Could empty office buildings help solve France's housing crisis? Covid-19 has emptied office buildings and business districts, and with working from home expected to be the norm after the pandemic, some want to convert them to residential use to help solve inner-city housing crises. EVERY NATION HAS EMPTY VILLAGES ...re populate ..ah actually nO ON SECOND THOUGHTS STAY IN YOUR CITIES ..you will pollute the rural areas ..better dead https://youtu.be/SgfIxUw-wEU
61 views · Feb 21st
Middle income , ie those with jobs ..not poor nor rich ..middle ...remember all that furlough money they paid you to stay home and play at covid ..well now they want it back and they are going to tax you for it ..well played Middle-income households to be hit by ‘£2bn council tax bombshell’ Poorer families set to suffer as local authorities consider whether to put up council tax by maximum of 4.99%. Some one has to pay for covid folks and guess who its going to be YOU Millions of council tax payers are in line for increases of up to 5% in their annual bills from April, with those on low and middle incomes hit hardest by a sixth year of increases in England above the rate of inflation. The tax rise, which Labour said amounted to a “£2bn council tax bombshell” for families still coping with the pandemic, will go ahead despite Boris Johnson’s claim that he would end years of austerity. Hundreds of councils must decide soon whether to raise the tax by the maximum allowed by government of 4.99%, or to make big cuts in services. The Tory-controlled Hillingdon council, which covers the prime minister’s constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruislip, is due to vote this week on proposals for a 4.8% increase in bills, while Bath and North East Somerset council, which covers leader of the house Jacob Rees-Mogg’s constituency, will vote on a 4.99% increase, adding £70 a year to the average bill. Thinktanks and MPs across party lines have also urged the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, who is soon to present a budget to the Commons, to delay any tax rises until the recovery is assured. Property tax is going to go up to until you cant afford your own home even if you have paid off the mortgage ..they are thieves https://youtu.be/KapSIC8xSIc
16 views · Feb 21st