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Living in a deprived urban area?

Don't worry! Rishi Sunak would look after you as Prime Minister!

https://twitter.com/AngelaRayner/status/1555529955345317888?s=20&t=3wDCGBC4IckL5_axPVOqOg

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 3 minutes ago
never understood car leasing either

maybe it's a generation thing

why would you spend x amount every month on something that is constantly devaluing
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I guess it's essentially the same as other financial things like credits cards. You get to 'have' something that you couldn't afford otherwise. If you're really into a particular car and you are confident of keeping up the payments, you might feel it's worth it.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Clockwork Red: Jadon and the Argonauts (U4892)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 3 minutes ago
never understood car leasing either

maybe it's a generation thing

why would you spend x amount every month on something that is constantly devaluing
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I guess it's essentially the same as other financial things like credits cards. You get to 'have' something that you couldn't afford otherwise. If you're really into a particular car and you are confident of keeping up the payments, you might feel it's worth it.
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So, basically Barry/binky are right?

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Ole dirty Baztard - penited and penandes (U19119)
posted 10 minutes ago
comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 7 minutes ago
never understood car leasing either

maybe it's a generation thing

why would you spend x amount every month on something that is constantly devaluing
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And that you never own.
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No objective diffrunce between keese n per-chase

If u bye! a car four say $40,000 it depreciates butt u always pay as if was $40k

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

I prefer leasing to owning. New car to drive every couple of years. Not stuck with a deprecating asset that becomes a financial burden as it begins to fail etc.. Given the choice between leasing and hire purchase I would lease every time,

Can’t believe Sunak said that in public. What a clown.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by The Lambeau Leap (U21050)
posted 18 seconds ago
I prefer leasing to owning. New car to drive every couple of years. Not stuck with a deprecating asset that becomes a financial burden as it begins to fail etc.. Given the choice between leasing and hire purchase I would lease every time,

Can’t believe Sunak said that in public. What a clown.
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You’ll be paying a lot more each month though? I’d rather buy a second hand motor a couple of years old.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Ole dirty Baztard - penited and penandes (U19119)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by The Lambeau Leap (U21050)
posted 18 seconds ago
I prefer leasing to owning. New car to drive every couple of years. Not stuck with a deprecating asset that becomes a financial burden as it begins to fail etc.. Given the choice between leasing and hire purchase I would lease every time,

Can’t believe Sunak said that in public. What a clown.
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You’ll be paying a lot more each month though? I’d rather buy a second hand motor a couple of years old.
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Sure. Obviously affordability is a factor. I wouldn’t lease a car if it was going to impact my ability to live life how I wanted. You see these people on social driving £650 a month cars whilst still living at home. That’s mental.

I’d have no problem going with a second hand car. Not much of a car person anyway.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by The Lambeau Leap (U21050)
posted 8 seconds ago
comment by Ole dirty Baztard - penited and penandes (U19119)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by The Lambeau Leap (U21050)
posted 18 seconds ago
I prefer leasing to owning. New car to drive every couple of years. Not stuck with a deprecating asset that becomes a financial burden as it begins to fail etc.. Given the choice between leasing and hire purchase I would lease every time,

Can’t believe Sunak said that in public. What a clown.
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You’ll be paying a lot more each month though? I’d rather buy a second hand motor a couple of years old.
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Sure. Obviously affordability is a factor. I wouldn’t lease a car if it was going to impact my ability to live life how I wanted. You see these people on social driving £650 a month cars whilst still living at home. That’s mental.

I’d have no problem going with a second hand car. Not much of a car person anyway.
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Yeah fair comment. I tend to like quite fast cars which tends to be expensive on lease, so for me 2nd hand works well for me. I’ve always owned cars, so just prefer that model.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by peks - 1974 (U6618)
posted 5 hours, 5 minutes ago
comment by KingKenny (U1961)
posted 8 minutes ago
I wouldn't worry about him. Truss has clearly got this sewn up.

And the real issue isn't that the political elite have these views it's that a large section of the population have this view OR care more about protecting what they have than following any principles they might hold.
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this is very true

you get what you voted for

the leaders reflect the society they're from

it says alot about the British population as a whole the government the country now has
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Maybe. If it weren’t for the ill suited first past the post system.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Isn't Sunak like the wealthiest person in parliament and his missus mega wealthy?

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Cinciwolf---The dream is over! (U11551)
posted 10 minutes ago
Isn't Sunak like the wealthiest person in parliament and his missus mega wealthy?
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Yes, he showed us all what we can achieve through hard work.

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