Aug 8, 2016 -- 11:19AM, Dr Crippen wrote:
How does that work B-B.If you block someone do you know that they've posted something, but not what it is?If I did that. I'd regularly issue a list of blocked people. So they'd know that their abuse wasn't hitting the target.
You see the name of the poster and then a message saying the contents of the post has been blocked.
Aug 14, 2016 -- 12:22PM, unitedbiscuits wrote:
Negligible interest rates and a weak pound cost everyone, Ski Wiz, but a few of the other listed measures will very easily correct the housing bubble.
Look at the history of the pound valuations... use to be much higher and we are still here, abliet a dodgy economy. Not the end of the world.
Aug 16, 2016 -- 10:31AM, lfc1971 wrote:
the strange thing is why is everyone so poor? it makes you wonder whatour ancesters did with their money and property.where did it all go?
100% property ownership no matter what standard it was, existed for everyone who built their own shelter... until someone decided to grab all the land and register it into the hands of the few.
Aug 21, 2016 -- 8:32AM, Mister E wrote:
Mex, I would phase it out gradually. Direct use of taxpayers money to interfere with the Free Market. If it wasn't for Housing Benefit landlord could not charge exorbitant rents.Over half the claimants are WORKING; wages not high enough? rents too high? or a bit of both?Either way the taxpayer,s money is subsidising the system for the benefit of the better off.
Yes. A young low paid worker would normally stay at home with their parents and save money. The welfare state, tax credit, housing benefit caused young people to leave home earlier than they would have done and subsidies by others. Take these supports away and many problems will be solved by making the youngsters take more responsibility of themselves and build a career.