Young know-alls

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I DO envy the mil­len­ni­als. I can’t imag­ine what it would be like to know sim­ply ev­ery­thing and not have any wor­ries about get­ting older.

They will be able to fi­nance their so­cial care in old age be­cause they will get lots of money when they sell their par­ents’ homes, which they will inherit with­out any ef­fort or sac­ri­fice. ALAN RICHARD­SON,

Black­pool, Lancs. HOW will ax­ing pen­sion­ers’ ‘out­dated’ perks make Bri­tain fairer for young peo­ple, who feel short- changed by the hous­ing mar­ket?

My wife and I bought our new house in 1977 for £9,250, which is equiv­a­lent to £56,995 to­day. Hous­ing in­equal­ity is in part due to greedy builders mak­ing mas­sive prof­its and pay­ing ob­scene salaries to their di­rec­tors.

BRIAN MA­SON, Swadlin­cote, Der­bys.

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