Thursday 27 June 2013 10.58pm
Well with government spending at £750 billion an attack on the so called subsidy of 1.2 billion can be seen as nothing else other than downright Tory principles.
I bet there's a story behind the 1.2 billion in the first place,are excess rent revenues included in that?
IMHO an attack on the so called subsidy is really an embrace of the good old tory principle of the 'deserving and undeserving poor' on this occasion linked conveniently to a half baked lottery ticket housing policy.
Excess rent revenues? What would they be then?