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Englishman calls for a tax on property purchases in made south of the border to address social inequality:

"a small surcharge on sales prices would help communities purchase their own land ... in places like Aviemore & the Isle of Mull local folk can’t work because there is nowhere for them to live.They can’t buy because it has all become unaffordable & they can’t rent either because it has all been rented to folk coming up on holiday. It is deeply unfair."

tatler.com/article/jeremy-legg

@pandora das gibt es in jedem Land. Sylt in Deutschland, das Oberengadin (rund um St. Moritz) in der Schweiz, usw.

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