Some people can afford a mortgage,
But we’re not that lucky.
We’re living in flat shares we can’t afford,
Paying debts older generations
Didn’t have. 140 more words
The 78 bus drives between Peckham and Shoreditch every 8 – 12 minutes 24/7, via my sanity, patience and right to a good night’s sleep. The bus stop was so close to my bedroom window, I’d wake up thinking that I was about to starfish the top deck window – nobody deserves to be the poor sod sat in the front seat in that scenario. 620 more words
Firstly, there is a generational divide. It is widely reported that older people generally voted to leave and younger people – to remain. A lot of people interpreted young people’s resentment as “they feel like old people should be be allowed to vote because they’d die soon anyway”. 588 more words
HOW much is your house worth? More importantly, how much does it matter? The current cover of Private Eye perfectly captures this very British preoccupation: on one side David Cameron, warning Brexit might lead to war, and on the other George Osborne, who chips in: “Or worse, house prices might fall!” 951 more words