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One percent

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I’ll put this here without comment.  Breach of human rights, 


A convicted jihadi wife has taken her local authority to court for breaching her human rights by not rehousing her - despite having turned down seven council houses. 

The mother-of-two, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was freed from jail in September 2016.

She lived in hotels and B&Bs with her sons, aged five and nine, for 16 months at an enormous cost to the taxpayer before being moved to temporary accommodation in Brent, north London, 

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4 hours ago, stokiescum said:

Send her blackpool lots of rooms for a tenner a night no pub intended

Indeed.  While I completely understand that house prices are an obscenity in this country, nor do I understand the degree to which this housing is a human right argument is extended.

That is to say, fine, as government prohibits us from housing ourselves via a state monopoly on planning permission, they do indeed have a duty to house those of us who ask for it...however, that does not mean "any house i want, any place i want"


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