WHAT’S ANNOYING HIM
Coincidentally, we would somehow be more open to attacks from Islamic State.
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The Remain-iacs have now moved on to the great British pastime of discussing house prices.
In a speech to the G7 in Japan, Chancellor George Osborne warned us that house prices will fall by as much as 18% if we vote to leave.
That’s funny – I had always thought that house prices were on the rise because of a growing population, fast approaching 70 million, coupled with a reluctance to build enough houses to meet demand.
Let’s not forget that the property market in London has essentially become a safe haven for foreign billionaires who find that the Eurozone – with ongoing problems in Greece, Italy, Spain etc – is not worth the risk.
Even if house prices did fall, surely that would be the market readjustment that first-time buyers had been hoping for.
Over the weekend, David Cameron was joined by the former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman in an Asda supermarket (above), where they both suggested that our shopping bills will go up by an extra £120 a year.
That simply isn’t true, even
Genuinely poor farmers in Africa and Central and South America are begging to sell us their produce at a fair price – but are stopped by an EU policy that favours well-off French farmers.
Also, perhaps Harriet Harman needs reminding that importing t-shirts, such as the infamous ‘This is what a feminist looks like’ one from outside the EU, can attract a tariff of up to 12%.
Another case of the EU keeping our prices high and