September 29th, 2013

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The PM reveals he is bringing forward Help to Buy in today’s Sun on Sunday. Save yourself a trip to the newsagents by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. Find out:

  • Dave’s chief of staff used the Tory conference slogan “for hard working people” to mock a Downing Street handy-man
  • The pollster who told David Cameron that UKIP would be a flash in the pan is leaving Downing Street
  • The ministers Alastair Campbell briefed against when he was in Downing Street
  • Tory MP Matt Hancock’s expensive skills upgrade
  • Conference suit wars
  • Happy ending for Tory delegates in Manchester

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40 Comments

  1. 1
    The UNelected Politicised UN says:

    An exhaustive United Nations report that claimed with 95% certainty that humans are responsible for global warming left out data that found the planet has stopped warming over the last 15 years, because it did not fit with the climate change agenda it wanted to advance.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/09/28/UN-Climate-Change-Report-Ignores-15-Year-Pause-in-Warming

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  2. 2
    Maqboul says:

    Sunday ain’t Sunday wivout The Sun.

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  3. 3
    Dave stokes the fire says:

    With Mortgage rates at their lowest EVER. Why the fuck is Dave making mortgages even easier to get? FFS there is only one way rates can go now.

    Increasing a payment from 0.5% to 1% does not sound much until it is expressed as a 100% increase in payments.

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    • 22
      No Good Boyo says:

      You have to remember that mortgages can potentially seriously damage the economy and the lives of ordinary men and women.

      All mortgages in future should include a mortgage tax of 0.5% Of value annually.

      the money would be put into a special fund to help capitalise banks in the event of a crisis.

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      • 26
        Economist says:

        The deposit which the bank takes before issuing the mortgage is meant to cover that. The state should have no role in this market.

        That is unless the state is willing to issue fixed rate mortgages as they do in the US through the Mae / Mac systems.

        The problem with these mortgages, being issued with government assistance is that they are by definition sub prime.

        The UK will experience a proper housing crash as the US has, probably in the next 18 months. However, a mortgage in the UK cannot be absolved by returning keys to the bank.

        People should consider carefully if they feel their current circumstances are going to last another 20 years before taking on a mortgage at present, unless that have at least 20 to 30% down payment.

        They are guaranteed negative equity though as UK housing is grossly over-valued.

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  4. 5
    Blair Rich Project says:

    Blair Force One will be available for hire at 500k per flight.

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  5. 6
    Regular Commentator says:

    I’ve just got up and need a poo.Can I reserve this comment space for later?

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  6. 12
    a patient says:

    so long as you wash your hands thoroughly, I got diarhea off that Daily Mail website.

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  7. 15
    Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

    I stopped looking at the Sun in 1989. I never bought it in 1990, nor 1991, nor 1992, nor 1993, nor 1994, nor 1995, nor 1996, nor 1997, nor 1998, nor 1999, nor 2000, nor 2001, nor 2002, nor 2003, nor 2004, nor 2005, nor 2006, nor 2007, nor 2008, nor 2009, nor 2010, nor 2011, nor 2012.

    And I haven’t bought it or looked at it so far this year.

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  8. 17
    albacore says:

    A happy ending for the Tory delegates
    With the LibLab arseholes also sharing their fates
    Would be if Fawkes lived up to his reputation
    And blew all the traitors to hell and damnation

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    • 34
      Gideon says:

      The original Fawkes was just the lookout for the gang nothing more nothing less, the present Geedes are just muck stirrers they leave the real dirty work to others, they are working for the right rag anyway.

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  9. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Nope, still not interested.

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  10. 20
    Reader says:

    A waste of money.

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  11. 23
    b-b-p says:

    BROKEN BRITISH POLITICS – CAMERON HAS TOTALLY LOST THE PLOT – CLUTCHING AT STRAWS
    Cameron is totally out of his Depth.He struggled to win the Electorate over with an outright win at the Election which is the basis for a rocky start.He inherited Thatcher’s Reforms NHS,Bedroom Tax,Atos Assessments ,Dole Sanction,Workfare all quietly and slowly introduced by Blair who believes Life is a Popularity Contest. Cameron has tried BS ,Intimidation, squeezing our pockets,even going to the extent of trying to Privatise the Civil service to get his own Draconian way.
    A desperate man is a Dangerous one.
    He gave Immigrants free air tickets to go back home,they did for a holiday now there back in droves with many more on their way.He advocates the Unemployed working for their Benefits,he has achieved Working people receiving Benefit standard wages,so not long to go.He is negotiating with Clegg for an opposition Coalition.Promising 1st time buyers the earth.The man similar to ATOS is not fit for Purpose.BSB

    http://brokenbritishpolitics.simplesite.com

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  12. 30
    Roy Rogers says:

    If someone wants to buy a 600k house with a mortgage can someone ask that fat twat Cameron why the taxpayer has to subsidise it?

    I dont even own an average priced house so why is he giving my money away?

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    • 32
      Gideon says:

      Roy old chap, it is Camerloon and Osborne looking after their own, that is what they are there for. If the little darlings cannot get raise the deposit for a £600,000 house why not tell them to move further away from Londonistan to places where the house prices are more “reasonable” this is the benefits system gone totally mad for that is what it is, BENEFITS

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  13. 31
    Gideon says:

    “Buy in today’s Sun on Sunday. Save yourself a trip to the newsagents by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. Find out:” The answer Geedes, no, NO,NO I will leave that to the 8illies and the Maqbouls of this world, if they want to fork out that’s their business

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  14. 40
    Anonymous says:

    Um, 70p Guido, not 60p.

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