The Tories’ ruinous policies have seen rough sleeping soar. And universal credit will pile on the misery for thousands more

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The Tories’ ruinous policies have seen rough sleeping soar. And universal credit will pile on the misery for thousands more

Post by echidna on Fri Oct 13, 2017 1:30 pm

The Tories’ ruinous policies have seen rough sleeping soar. And universal credit will pile on the misery for thousands more
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/oct/13/tories-homelessness-crisis-rough-sleeping-universal-credit

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Re: The Tories’ ruinous policies have seen rough sleeping soar. And universal credit will pile on the misery for thousands more

Post by Brutus on Sun Oct 15, 2017 3:22 am



It is ruinous for the bottom percentile of the population but insures that the, roughly, 30% of the population that is home owner can keep their ridicule fictitious value, for a little longer.

The entire policy of the last two generation has been informed to the ascendency of a neoliberal renter class.
The main interest of these people is to be able to invest on other people enterprise all over the world and keep their parasitic profits in a safe "banana monarchy" and, for them, safe and comfortable Country.

One of the pillar of the system is to have much assets as possible tied to something solid, land, gold, precious things, etc. Here has always been land and to ensure an apparent return of investing in the country, policies that were thought to increase the land (and real estate prices) lobbied.

This is an open shared secret for instance is commonly repeated in financial reports:




This policy has gone out of control due the divisions, stupidity and overriding greed of our ruling elites, and we find ourselves in the situation we are in.
To expect that few  hundred of thousand increase in homelessness, would impress the people that engineered policies for over a generation is disingenuous.

Much more like that policies to clean the "human trash" from the street will be implemented instead.  


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