The government could encourage and help people saving the 20% deposit by creating a savings bond which would be eligible for tax relief. The bond would be set up so that the money could not be used for any other purpose. This would speed up the savings accumulation by giving more disposable income to the saver and, would then speed up the demand for building of these houses. The state would benefit from increased VAT and employment tax receipts sooner than anticipated thereby gaining revenue to pay for the original savings tax relief. Also it would not encourage idiot developers or dysfunctional bankers to lose the run of themselves, again!!! Have a nice day. Oh by the persistence beats resistance.
I always found that a rich tea held its structure that bit better for dunking. But two marietta, buttered and squeezed together so that the butter pushes through the little holes .....nice. guaranteed satisfaction every time, unlike watching this share price.
To be precise, a Marietta biscuit dunked just that ever so slightly too much in the hot tea for it to remain structured enough to be bitten rather than limply and almost sloppily drooping its way onto your tastebuds.
Lets face it, most of us that post here are just along for the ride. There is nothing we can do to influence pricing be it a rise or a fall. The only thing we can do is decide when to get on the ride or get off it.
Those with any real influence of course wont say one way or the other, and i much doubt anyone with real influence even posts here
I still cant help feeling this stock is being unduly negatively manipulated by a few at the expense of the rest of us though.
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