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    #31
    It isn't just your father in law who thinks that RedHitman:
    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/...-a8081856.html
    Morgan Stanley said Corbyn is more dangerous than a hard Brexit for the economy.
    Corbyn is more dangerous than just about anything in my opinion - and so many cannot see through him. He and his henchman McDonnell are the biggest threat to this country that we have seen in many years.
    Unshackled by the chains of idle vanity, A modest manatee, that's me

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      #32
      Originally posted by RedHitman View Post

      Don’t you mean ‘won’t’....?
      Who has told you that you won't be able to offset your mortgage interest after 2020. You just might not be able to claim as much as you did!!

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        #33
        Amazon Dean is correct , between now and the tax year starting 2020 there is a reducing % of mortgage interest which can be used, thereafter the 20% figure kicks in unless there are any subsequent changes imposed by whomever is the Chancellor. Never say Never

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          #34
          I agree Corbyn is extremely dangerous but we are far away from electing such a left wing government and whether his meddling would be in time to disrupt the current cycle is doubtful

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            #35
            I cannot understand why any UK bank or UK fund management investor wants to buy CDOs which they don't understand or rely on the Credit rating agencies :


            "Essentially, they packaged up sub-prime mortgages as something called Collateralised Debt Obligations (CDOs), got credit ratings agencies – who were entirely conflictedas their clients were the investment banks – to rate these absolute garbage CDOs triple-A investments. Morgan Stanley then misled investors who bought them."

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