Why Jeremy Corbyn is silent on Section 24?!

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4 months ago

Why Jeremy Corbyn is silent on Section 24?!

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Why Jeremy Corbyn is silent on Section 24?!

The power hungry Corbyn is Complicit with Tories on Section 24 mortgage interest relief restrictions. He has been ignoring Section 24 for two years and raised the Universal Credit issue only in PMQ’s as it gets him votes.

He is encouraging Rogue Tenants.

He just wants to give his voters (including Rogue Tenants) unlimited tenancies. Why is he not talking about Section 24 or Rent Payment history of tenants or Inflation adjusted rent increases in Tenancies or Cap on rent payments etc. Come on Mr Epitome of Honesty, Where are your morals now ?

I guess he has become impatient and to become PM ASAP. God help the private landlords whom everybody is demonizing and abusing.

After rent controls and unlimited tenancies, he will talk about nationalizing the private rental sector and then next Labour pm will sell the nationalized businesses to highest bidder.  Or may be he does want us to give our savings to Banks so that they can be plundered? Moment of Truth Mr Honest?

Bhrat

Comments

Paul Green

4 months ago

Your precious party the Conservatives have already ripped the heart out of the private rented sector. It’s already to late, you’ve been betrayed by your own party, because of their self interest and greed . leave Jeremy alone to save the planet from neoliberalism, which does not work when capitalism is infinite and resources are finite. Remember Easter Island. Jeremy Corbyn has been a backbencher for over 30 years and has never voted for one aggressive war, the man deserves the Nobel Nobel peace prize, FOR THE MANY NOT THE FEW. We’re the 99% just because landlords own a few buy to let’s, it does not mean your in the club. They only total 1% of the population and have more wealth than the poorest 40%. You probably missed it, but on New Year’s Day (buried, while the country recoverers from its hangover) the Tory’s bailed out two railway operators to the tune of billions of pounds of tax payers money, one of the companies was owned by Sir Richard Branson owner of Virgin Trains and knight of the realm. Like he needs it, but he will still take it. What we are witnessing is the biggest transfer of wealth from the public sector to Private corporations which are owned by individual people and families sucking up all the worlds money, right in front of our eyes! wake up and Vote labour.

Luke P

4 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Paul Green at 05/01/2018 - 10:39
Wake up, indeed! Vote Labour...I'm not convinced.

Paul Green

4 months ago

Ok, continue to vote conservative and watch them sell off or rather give away the last vestiges of our state owned assets to their friends from Oxford and Cambridge & Wall Street ( Goldman Sachs ) Take Royal Mail which all landlords use for Conveyancing & mortgage applications ect sold for £5 billion the very next day valued at £10 billion a 50% give away. Have you noticed the increase when you want to send a package or a letter by recorded delivery. Take the channel tunnel sold for £7 billion however the revenue while still owned by the UK citizens would of been £7 billion in the forthcoming 7 years. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg what about British Gas, British Airways, British steel, British rail, British Petroleum,.....all given away In the name of neoliberalism or out right corruption if the truth be told .

Alex Simpson

4 months ago

Your numbers are not correct and crony capitalism & government intervention in the private sector is not capitalism. Conservatives are far from perfect and also far from being true capatilists. However, Corbyn's labour would be truely disastrous for the UK, and especially for the poor. As the saying goes; Communism/socialism only works until you run out of someone elses money. Try Venezuela for your next vacation, a socialist pardise, see how well their government companies are doing there. Why would a governement be better at running companies, its never going to happen, instead of gaining income via taxes, the government would end up subsidizing the inefficient organistaions making the country poorer. Good luck.

paul thomason

4 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Paul Green at 05/01/2018 - 11:21
free market gives flights for 50pounds return , state run ba same flight 200 pounds 20 years ago , go and live in north korea you can have your paradise

philip allen

4 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Paul Green at 05/01/2018 - 10:39
Can you please stop using a property forum for your benefit-sponging socialist rants?
I do know that Jeremy Corbyn is an IRA supporter but what does that have to do with landlording?

Trish

3 months ago

Why do you have to be so rude to each other? Some very aggressive posts here.

Sami Houmrani

2 months ago

On wider topic of S24 the big question has to be whether corporate LLs will remain immune? The PRS are mugs if they think the Government will change anything. Learn Change and Adapt ?


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