@Gavin Rider 11.11 - requested admission - already given in response to more reasonable point from Jono, so why ask for it again. Also point out as Shapps indicates by quoting 'tenant tax' that this was not the case over the past year (and indeed forecast from here on even without HRA reform)
@Gavin Rider 11.15 - could you not have included the insult 4 minutes earlier.
@Gavin Rider 11.33 - if that were the case why is the total debt burden being shared between the stock retaining authorities still so high (for instance, if the basis behind RTB discount is that the rent paid has paid back some of the build cost over time it is reasonable to assume that after the 80 years that some of these homes have been standing that residual debt is zero or minimum - otherwise what is being redistributed as debt currently is infact what was given away in the privatisation of our housing stock)
@Gavin 11.38 - I'm not advocating more State support of rent - those demanding higher market level or near market level rents and the majority of provisoni via private landlords are not only advocating higher HB and enfocing benefit dependency, but are actually causing and achiving it - why do you think the levels of HB paid out has increased so much over the past decades, or over the past year even!
@Gavin - are you going for the sequential poster of the year award, only there isn't one.