GE2019: Angela Rayner on Labour pledges on housing (21Nov19)
Labour's Angela Rayner on Labour's pledge to piss away a lot of money to house the 5million+ immigrants Labour elt in under their "Open Borders" policy, while the British taxpayers still have noting, and get put further down the housing list.
recorded from BBC1 HD, BBC Breakfast, 21 November 2019.
Housing prices in major Canadian cities are through the roof; does the tightening of lending rules stop foreign buyers from outbidding Canadians who just want to buy a house? CHP Canada Leader, Rod Taylor gives an introduction to the Christian Heritage Party's Affordable Housing Platform. Learn more about our 2019 Platform: https://www.chp.ca/about/2019platform
#Housing #RealEstate #HeiseSays Housing prices have risen in Melbourne and Sydney so naturally, this means the marketing is turning around. Perhaps it's time to discuss other factors that might be affecting property prices. https://youtu.be/I6R5Rr4ZdGo
The impact migration has on housing in Ireland — Stefan Molyneux
In his video presentation "The Terrible Truth About Ireland 2040", author and philosopher Stefan Molyneux explains the impact migration is having on the housing sector in Ireland while the government plans on allowing 500,000 new migrants to come to Ireland over the next 20 years. Please watch the full presentation on Stefan's channel here:
TD Noel Rock learns how many on the Fingal housing list are not Irish citizens
TD Noel Rock was invited onto Niall Boylan to discuss a photo of a family being given their council home by the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, in early November which he had published on Twitter. The photograph had received a negative reaction with people asking why migrants were being housed when there is a housing crisis in Ireland and Irish people needed homes. Noel told Niall that the family in question were Irish citizens and were being given a more suitable home with one child being disabled.
During their conversation, Boylan brought up a 2011 report in the Evening Herald which he had misremembered as being from 2013 titled 'Over Half On Housing List Are Foreign' . That report quoted a Fingal councillor from Noel Rock's Fine Gael party called Kieran Dennison who told the Herald:
"For the first time, more than half those on the waiting list for social housing in Fingal County Council are non-Irish nationals. A third are from outside the EU."
'A portion of social housing stock should be dedicated to asylum seekers' - Irish Refugee Council
Nick Henderson, Chief Executive Officer, Irish Refugee Council told Ivan Yates that the Direct Provision system was not working and a portion of social housing stock should be dedicated to asylum seekers in Ireland. Roughly one in ten asylum seekers have been successful in their asylum claims since 2008 in Ireland but the ESRI reported that 80% of deportation orders against failed asylum seekers are never implemented. 40% of people in Direct Provision in 2016 had deportation orders.
orlared: 'We should continue to support non-EU nationals who need homes' -Housing Agency Chief Executive
The Chief Executive of the Housing Agency John O'Connor told Pat Kenny that he believes Ireland should continue to support non-EU nationals who need homes because we are perhaps are more compassionate society than others. Pat Kenny told him that he had heard there were hundreds of illegals being provided with hotel accommodation by the state according to a minister.
Kenny had been told on Friday the 5th of October by the Minister of Housing Eoghan Murphy that the right to housing for roughly one third of the families in emergency accommodation was in question as a result of them either being from outside the EU or from certain EU countries. https://www.bitchute.com/video/pNkIt7Df3O8z/
Broadcast Newstalk - The Pat Kenny Show | 08 October 2018
Statistics from a David Quinn Independent articled titled 'Huge scale of immigration is making our housing crisis worse':
* In 2015, 17% of people living in Ireland were "foreign-born". * In Britain, the equivalent percentage is 13%. * Aside from tiny Cyprus and Luxembourg, no country in the EU has a higher percentage of migrants from other EU countries (10%). * 35% of rent supplement is paid out to non-Irish EU nationals and non-EU nationals as of February, 2015. * This means immigrants are over-represented in the figures by two to one. * The Percentage of Fingal County social housing stock occupied by non-EU nationals is 12.75% * The Percentage of Fingal County social housing stock occupied by non-Irish EU nationals: 2.25% * The Percentage of people on the social housing list in Fingal who are Irish citizens (some might be naturalised immigrants) is 61% * The Percentage of people on the social housing list in Fingal who are citizens of other countries is 39%, with 16% from outside the EU. * The percentage of non-Irish people who are in the private rental sector, as distinct from being homeowners is 70%. * Between 2012 and 2014, "the proportion of residents born in other EU member states decreased by one percentage point from 11% to 10%". * Over the same period the proportion of residents from non-EU member states has almost doubled from 4% of the population to 7%.
orlared: Right to housing "unknown" for one in three families in emergency accommodation who are migrants (Ireland)
The Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, told Pat Kenny that the right to housing for roughly a third of the families in emergency accommodation is "unknown" due to their current status being either from outside the EU or from certain EU countries. The Minister told Kenny he wouldn't be able to get them into "proper supports until their situation is clarified".
Eoghan Murphy: “There are a number of families in emergency accommodation — roughly one in three — and their rights to housing aren't known. So they're trapped in emergency accommodation because my first responsibility where a family is in difficulty is to get them into supports but I can't move a family into the housing system or into sustainable homes if they don't have rights for that.”
Pat Kenny: “What gives you rights?”
Eoghan Murphy: “Your status of whether you are or not an EU citizen. So we have people who are from outside the EU or from some EU countries who have different rights who we can't actually find the long-term supports for. The worry then I have is that we find them trapped in emergency accommodation and no matter what we do, we won't be able to get them into proper supports unless their situation is clarified.”
Pat Kenny: “But do they have the right to be here at all?”
Eoghan Murphy: “Well that's something we are working with the Dept of Justice to address. ”
Broadcast: The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk | 05 October 2018
orlared: Hermann Kelly called racist & repulsive for questioning the strain open-borders puts on housing (Ireland)
Irexit Freedom party leader Hermann Kelly was attacked as being racist, repulsive and un-Irish for questioning the strain open-borders puts on housing and services on The Tonight Show on Virgin Media One. Kelly is organising an Irexit conference which will take place in the Bonnington Hotel on Swords Road in Dublin on Saturday, the 8th of September. He hopes for Ireland to leave the EU. Tickets available here: https://www.ticketsource.eu/irexit
Aslo appearing on show were Brenda Power, Eamon Dunphy, Luke Flanagan, and Alison O'Connor. It was presented by Matt Cooper and Oliver Callan.
Broadcast: The Tonight Show on Virgin Media One | 06/Sep/2018
More than a hundred homes on sale: a pound for the lot. But the prospect of expensive repairs meant the council wouldn't even pay that. This is Horden in County Durham, its heart ripped out by the collapse of the mining industry - now a sea of empty properties.