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David Cameron: “I’m not going to stand back while people’s aspirations to get on the housing ladder… are being trashed”
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A controversial scheme allowing people across the UK to take out 95% mortgages will be launched next week – three months earlier than planned.

PM David Cameron made the announcement as the Conservatives gathered in Manchester for their annual conference.

He rejected fears the Help to Buy scheme will fuel a housing bubble.

He told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show the market was “recovering from a very low base” and first-time buyers needed help to get on the housing ladder.

“As prime minister I am not going to stand by while people’s aspirations to get on the housing ladder are being trashed.”

He added: “If we don’t do this it will only be people with rich parents to help them who can get on the housing ladder – that is not fair, it is not right.”

‘Trust’

He rejected concerns – raised by Business Secretary Vince Cable among others – of an unsustainable boom in house prices, particularly in the south-east of England.

Unions marching in Manchester on Sunday, in protest at government cuts

The prime minister urged people to “trust” the Bank of England, which has been given an enhanced role in monitoring the effect of the scheme on prices.

And he said mortgage-lenders, including the Halifax, RBS and Nat West, had already signed up to it.

Some of the UK’s biggest lenders – HSBC, Santander, Nationwide and Barclays – have yet to decide whether to take part, the banks told the BBC.

Mr Cameron also used his Andrew Marr interview to stress that there would be no “mansion tax” if he his prime minister after the next election, making it clear that this would be a so-called “red line” – a point he would refuse to concede – in coalition negotiations.

A property tax on more valuable homes – known as a mansion tax – is a key demand of the Liberal Democrats.

Meanwhile, about 50,000 people took part in a union protest outside the conference against government austerity policies, particularly those affecting the NHS.

Greater Manchester Police described it as one of the largest protests they had ever policed.

In other developments:
Mr Cameron told Andrew Marr he is ready to pull the UK out of the European Convention on Human Rights if he believes it is necessary to the country’s safety
Televised leaders’ debates in the 2015 general election could be staged before the actual campaign begins to prevent them “overshadowing” the campaign, said Mr Cameron
The government is looking at ways to support institutions, such as schools and the courts, who wanted to prevent Muslim women wearing full-face veils, but Mr Cameron ruled out a ban on the Niqab in public places
New guidelines will scrap the issuing of police cautions for rape, manslaughter, robbery, child sexual abuse and other serious offences
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond appealed for IT experts to join up as military reservists to help protect the UK’s computer networks from cyber attack
Mr Hammond also announced plans to offer interest-free home loans to armed forces personnel

David Cameron Brings Forward Help to Buy Scheme – Help to Buy


David Cameron brings forward Help to Buy scheme

David Cameron: there is no housing bubble

Speaking on BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show, David Cameron explained why the Government is launching Help-to-Buy three months early.

Prospective homeowners will be able to use the Government’s subsidised mortgage scheme from as early as next week after the Coalition decided to bring the launch date forward by three months.
On the even of the Conservative party conference in Manchester, David Cameron revealed that the state-backed lenders, Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group, would be offering deals under the Help-to-Buy scheme from next week instead of January.
It will initially be available under the Nat West, RBS and Halifax brands. A Tory spokesman said that other banks are expected to take part over time.
The second phase of the controversial scheme will help people buy a home worth up to £600,000 with just a 5pc deposit. The Government will guarantee the next 15pc of the loan for a fee, reducing the banks’ risk of loss so they can offer cheaper mortgages to higher-risk customers.
The scheme will be available for three years on up to £130bn of mortgage lending.

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