Oct. 22 - George Osborne argues that the UK’s ‘Help to Buy’ housing scheme solves a financial problem that has made the provision of mortgages more difficult.
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I think it should be a choice of sort of credit for housing -- -- Been through. It's a fool. And there has been and -- droughts of mortgage finance both families but called a full launch to pose risks and I spent most people in this for him. -- that mister mister -- and the house unit or their apartment. They would not you would just would not have been able to affording 20% oppose it on the house. When you're probably when you're Ross would you fiscal in the housing and it's not reader I did think it's reasonable to have the financial system which just as they launch portion of the population. You all know gonna go to get on the housing. And so on help device in his steps in to solve -- financial. Gonna nominate housing problem and financial problem. All of a culmination of banks that is to leverage. Financial regulation and the like that is made the provision of those. Mortgages more difficult and I think it's a good schemes good -- economy and it's good -- -- social ability. I'm also hopeful building more heightened so one of the peak difficult reforms we've done and controversial posed by people has been no planning horrible. Items to be built and take it I'd say we've been prepared to take. Controversial decisions are planning on university fees the civil nuclear power high speed rail or the things that it's very easy. If -- Democratic politician having to get reelected. To say you know all that's too -- to through different -- we have we've not done that we've we've gone -- we've we've we've embraced these issues. And said we are prepared to take a tough decisions in the long time. Because we think it's right for our economy and that frankly we think. Ultimately good pulled six -- from Politico.
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