Weekly Competition #11

Last week, we asked you to tell us something you were SCEPTICAL about and why. It was a really hard competition! Scpeticism, or ‘being sceptical’, is when you hear something that you think might be untrue and you are unsure or a bit suspicious about it.

“I am sceptical that you ran the marathon in 10 minutes!” or “You got paid £10million to wash your cousin’s car? I’m sceptical about that”.

Well done to all of you who gave excellent examples. There were some funny ones that we liked too!

This week’s winner was OriginallyCurious at Michael Faraday School, who used an example about our current issue. It was really relevant and clearly explained their scepticism.

Here’s the full post:

“ALL Grenfell Tower Victims Housed in £2 Billion Pound Homes” I chose this headline, because it fits well with our social housing topic. Myopinions are that this is not entirely true and it is very exaggerated. Not true, because most victims are still having to live in hotels or are having to become homeless. Very exaggerated, since the journalist here has used words such as ‘ALL’, implying that everyone involved in the incident were housed. Another statement I would like to make, is that £2 billion is a bit too much to pay every victim. We don’t know for sure if they were actually housed, but we are a bit sceptical.” OriginallyCurious, Michael Faraday School

This competition is now closed, but you can enter the new competition by clicking here.

115 Comments

  1. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    i don’t think this headline is true because we could solve it by forcing the goverment.

    by purplegymnasticspanda009

  2. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    i dont think the headline is true because the council just need to sort there minds out

    by pizzadancer22

  3. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    Sometimes headlines can be true, however you cant rely on them. It may do a word that exaggerates the headline.
    Sometimes they may not word it that way, or sometimes it is a perfectly true headline. You can kind of find out if its true from the actual description [ newspaper ] . So sometimes they are, and sometimes they are not.

    By Greencat

  4. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    Help people who are homeless and help people who have health problems live near the hospital

    Candy cane

  5. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    I think the govement are wasting space by making detached house. The could get a terrraced house for cheaper, It’s a better community and decrease in homeless people, This is a better idea because it saves up money.
    greengoo707

  6. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    We need more social housing and less detached houses as they take up too much space. More people on the waiting list for social housing will get a home, and more people will be happy. We need more social housing.

    Acoobasiscool:)10

  7. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    I think houses should be reclaimed this will save the enviroment

    .prodino.

  8. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    The council needs to give people homes that will site there health

    Candy cance

  9. i agree
    by animelife123

  10. In my opinion this headline is skeptical to me because everything can be solved in different ways that we just don’t know about yet but everything can be possible. Dramanews

    • Well done dramanews! You have done really well to explain your opinion. You would say ‘I am sceptical about this headline because’…. but I’m just pleased to receive a great comment! Olivia

  11. I do not agree with this head line because we as a comunity can easily solve this problem of social housing because we just need to protest the problem. Wedgemister

  12. Willowtown Primary School Willowtown Primary School

    well we had a 3 hour lesson regarding this. fill up empty homes no . BUILD MORE HOUSES

  13. Willowtown Primary School Willowtown Primary School

    well we had a 3 hour lesson regarding this. fill up empty homes no . BUILD MORE HOUSES EMOTION SPLASHER 668

  14. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    social housing can be solved if the government puts people into housing and puts homeless people in homes not just leaving them on the street just because the government is rich does not mean every one else is rich they should help the crisis

    FLUFFY123

  15. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    HELP THE PEOPLE IN CRISIS
    FLUFFY123

  16. Willowtown Primary School Willowtown Primary School

    we should build or fill up empty homes or people to live in
    by uniornpower468

  17. Willowtown Primary School Willowtown Primary School

    Haha

    you should fill up houses and be wise and not use valuable materials.

    Epic noob 62

  18. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    I don`t think that the headline is true because the council could do something about it but they decide to just sit back and leave it as if its not a problem. The council NEED to sort this problem out because it will just get worse!

    SPONGE

  19. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    “Kim Jong Un has nuclear bombs ready” I’m sceptical about this because maybe they are trying to scare us.*Marz_HackzStar*

  20. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    in my opinion i think that if we build more homes then the price will go down Mazz57

  21. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    “Donald trump builds the wall” i think this is fake because he saiz and he saiz over and over again but it just doesn’t happen

    thwbigbob123

  22. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    “Donald trump builds wall”I think this is sceptical because,there is no proof in the newspaper and it’s just creating drama and gossip

    paulpogbadab123

  23. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    I don’t think this headline is true because if we start paying more taxes to the government then there will be less homeless people, so this means that we can solve the homeless crisis so this headline is FALSE!

    cuteforlife

  24. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    Headlines are usually misleading or even dramatised just to grab your attention and they can be inaccurate. Also, well done everyone nice comments! News today says things like D.T. takes a box called the “Football” that has a button to explode a bomb or a thousand. How can someone carry that around without it being discovered? I feel sceptical about a lot of this business.
    WiskeyWizard

  25. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    Donald T. hasn’t even built a wall yet and he said that in 2016! Do we really think that he is going to build a wall?
    WiskeyWizard

  26. Malcolm Arnold Academy Malcolm Arnold Academy

    The answer to this is quite simple. It can be solved. The solution isn’t private housing but instead, it would require the government to invest in a huge increase of budget in social housing, loaning money to housing associations, to get them building, and allowing councils to borrow money and build homes on their patch once again. This would require a change in attitudes towards public debt, and an understanding that council housing was a long-term investment – an asset, rather than a slightly embarrassing relic of a bygone age.

    @The~Asgardian~Reporter

    Sources :
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/30/britain-housing-crisis-solved-social-housing
    https://www.standard.co.uk/comment/comment/the-housing-crisis-can-only-be-solved-by-political-will-9134090.html

  27. Allhallows Primary Academy Allhallows Primary Academy

    I’ve been watching the news a lot recently, and today there was something about how children shouldn’t hug relatives to much because when they’re older they won’t know when to back of. Same with tickling. I thought this was really silly and definitely false. For example, my mum hugged her relatives all the time and she knows when to back of, when people are uncomfortable. Same with my dad, and my grandparents and pretty much the whole of my family. I think society is going a bit mad on perfectly normal things. I think it’s false. Hugging your relatives and tickling your siblings is perfectly normal and doesn’t make you unaware when to back of. FALSE.
    Catmad

  28. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    Well, it kind of depends. Sometimes these headlines are true. However we can only normally go on text, not always should we rely on headlines. Sometimes they exaggerate ( use descriptive words and persuaive words to entice people ) and sometimes they don’t exaggerate. It kind of sometimes depends!
    By Greencat

  29. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    Competition
    ` Robert Migaby ‘s days are over .
    I was really shocked and suprised. So suprised that I was suspicious!

    Atticus 9 bolt of stars 7

  30. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    Can I ask everyone a question what does paulpogbadab123 mean by Donald Trump is making a wall
    harrykanefreestyler

  31. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    I have heard a statement of someone out on the streets with his dog and he said he was homeless. He then said his son has left HOME and made a runner for it. I was a bit sceptical because he said he was homeless and then said his son had left there home. That means they lived in a house.

    unicornburger

    • Hi unicornburger,
      Thanks for bringing that experience to the Hub. In situations like that, it is always important to be open-minded. It is likely that the man you met has lived in a house at some point but does that mean he has a house now? What evidence do you have for him having a house versus the evidence you have for him living on the streets? Remember not to make assumptions; only form opinions on facts that you know are true.

      • Allhallows Primary Academy Allhallows Primary Academy

        I understand that it’s important to be open-minded and I may have believed that he was now homeless if he didn’t have a dog. How could he afford to keep a dog if he was homeless. Unless he poured all his money into his dog and nothing else.
        Catmad

  32. I think this crisis could be solved if we tried .But these days not may people in the population try to fix this terrible crisis of social housing because lots of people do not care because it is not them.
    -Unicorns 2017-

  33. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    There are several things in the news at the moment between several countries having difficulties with each other. These pueces of news are based upon social media comments that have been posted through anger towards other country leaders or they have been based on incomplete information that is used for and intriguing piece that will attract readers which increase the amount of money made. That is why it is so important we do not act on these pieces of news as completely factual but we conduct some research.
    Loyalwolf

  34. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    Sime news i have heard that I have been informed of is that 1 million people are on the waiting list for a sicual house. This really shocked me as this is such a large amount of people and at first I was incredibly sceptical because it is quite suprising that 1 million people still have not got a social house yet people who have several homes have most of these hpmes unused so those people without a home should be filling these homes in. Would this not be fairer and more sufficient?
    Loyalwolf

  35. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    The government should give the homeless homes!

    Chocolate donut

  36. “i won a goldfish at a drawing competition!”
    I am sceptical abot this statement because I’m not entirely sure that pets are allowed to be won Because to own a pet (legally) you normally have to undergo some sort of check to see if you are a worthy owner of a pet. Also how does a simple drawing competition let you win a goldfish? Normally your art might be shown somwhere or you win pricy art materials.
    Sceptic cookie

  37. St Mary's and St John's Church of England School St Mary's and St John's Church of England School

    Most headlines are true some are not always, most of the time they are maybe some are over exaggerating and the government are trying the best they can do there are still many people who have no were to sleep.

    By Sparkletastic20

  38. “ALL Grenfell Tower Victims Housed in £2 Billion Pound Homes” I chose this headline, because it fits well with our social housing topic. My opinions are that this is not entirely true and it is very exaggerated. Not true, because most victims are still having to live in hotels or are having to become homeless. Very exaggerated, since the journalist here has used words such as ‘ALL’, implying that everyone involved in the incident were housed. Another statement I would like to make, is that £2 billion is a bit too much to pay every victim.We don’t know for sure if they were actually housed, but isn’t this a bit sceptical?
    OriginallyCurious

  39. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    I think some head lines can be true unless it has evidence and witnesses. Some times You can tell if the the head line is not true by how they say or write it

    Unicorn123

  40. Colegrave Primary School Colegrave Primary School

    im sceptical about this because moving people out of crowded areas can affect them because they might be un imployed and they want a job there or they are working in that area and they cant work there anymore

    ninjastar

  41. I’ve heard there will be hurricanes in England but i’m a bit sceptical because it is not really sunny in England and it rains quite a lot of the time so

  42. Bat Queen 211 Michael faraday

  43. Thomas Hinderwell Primary Thomas Hinderwell Primary

    I have heard that people have learnt to teleport burgers.
    I am skeptical about this because it sounds really strange, and why would they need to invent such a thing? If it was true, it would be all over the news and there would be massive interest around it, and everyone would want to buy one, meaning the inventor could make a lot of money.
    There is alot of other ethical issues surrounding this idea as if you could just teleport things to you then you wouldnt need to buy anything again, meaning that there would be no money been made.
    Gold Unicorn, Blue Unicorn, red Unicorn,

  44. Faringdon Community College Faringdon Community College

    I once was sceptical about the early morning news the other day that said that Robert Mugabe had committed suicide before he had to step down. I knew he hadn’t because later that day it came apparent that he had stepped down.
    -GryffindorPug

  45. Faringdon Community College Faringdon Community College

    I think a good example of scepticism is dehydrated water, this is a good example because the label says ‘Empty contents of can into one gallon of water. Stir until dissolved . Chill and serve.’ This is highly unbelievable, but you can instantly tell it’s scepticism.
    KittyCat

  46. Grace Academy Coventry Grace Academy Coventry

    I think it’s really save because housing management is all about when you keeping everything safe and keeping our money for mortgage, that means in April 2013, if an individual or family has more bedrooms.

  47. Faringdon Community College Faringdon Community College

    I think a good example of something to be sceptical about is the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus. I have heard about this from various sources and they all begin laughing halfway through talking about it with me. After googling it and finding a reliable website that discusses about its natural predator is the sasquatch I have begun to doubt its existence. The Tree Octopus is a fake animal that has been invented and has now got a reliable looking website supporting it. This really shows that not everything that you read on the internet is actually real and that anyone can put anything on the web. Someone was telling me earlier today about someone that wanted to get backstage at a concert and pretended to be a band members cousin. When the staff wouldn’t let him inside without proof he simply added that he was their cousin on Wikipedia and then was let inside! If I was the one of the staff at that concert I would have been sceptical about if this was a reliable source of proof of not.
    Rosecat

  48. Faringdon Community College Faringdon Community College

    I’ve read that scientist have had a near death experience and saw heaven.
    I am skeptical about this as it sounds very strange. I mean who would go to a near-death experience to see heaven like honestly. Also the site what I’have found is a religious science website where christian scientist use to spread the word. It’s a very lofty head line and creates all manner of doubt.
    Goldrhino

  49. Faringdon Community College Faringdon Community College

    A quote that I have heard recently that i am certainly sceptical about is my sister saying ‘my carrot cakes are poisonous, you can’t have any, it might kill you’. I believe that i have reason to be sceptical about this claim for a number of reasons:

    1. As with everything, if you hear a claim that seems unlikely you need to use your logic and question it. Naturally I questioned this claim and looking at it logically there are several things that make it unlikely: this is in D.T, a teacher i likely to stop anything terrible going on, carrot cake ( as far as i know) has no poisonous ingredients in it and also i’ve seen her eat them so it looks like they aren’t poisonous.
    2. I’m also sceptical about this claim because it is a very bold claim. Most fake news or lies have very little detail or a story that doesn’t make sense. I later asked her to tell me what makes it poisonous but she had no answer.

    Claims like this have a minute possibility of being true , there is a miniscule possibility of the cakes really being poisonous but , after using my logic and looking at the evidence i feel assured enough to assume that these carrot cakes are in fact safe to eat and that my sister has made this excuse to keep these delicious delicacies to herself.
    So the lesson is to be SCEPTICAL of facts and to use these ways to work out if this statement is true, or if it is false.

    In this carroty case I am pretty convinced that this statement is false. But (just to check) I’ll eat one to find out once and for all.

    Blueleopard

  50. Malcolm Arnold Academy Malcolm Arnold Academy

    “Donald Trump has a button in his office which immediately makes someone hand him a bottle or a can of Coke”
    I have heard this statement quite a lot in recent times and I have never believed it. I am very sceptical on this because, A) my friends are the ones who told me this ‘fact’. B) I know that Mr Trump is a very lazy person but he isn’t THAT sad that he would he would have to have someone who would give a boring Coke bottle.
    C) I don’t think that the Coke brand would be very pleased if they found out the President of the United States did this; they could probably sue him.
    All of the reasons above are the reason why I think that this childish statement is untrue.
    Gibson666

  51. John Ruskin Primary School John Ruskin Primary School

    “WE ARE GOING BIKING ON FRIDAY I KNOW IT is going to be so much fun ”

    I am spectical about this statement because my dad (who works every single day of THE WEEK)is the one who made the statement and because I as I am a big family ,of five , it is even harder to do this with only three bikes . Plus my youngest sibling is only one so she oviously doesnt know how to ride a bike . Also this is not the first time my dad has said this and we never went .He is also using persuasive language like “I know it is going to be so much fun”

    So I absolutely agree with this we should be able to identify untrue statements quickly but unfortunately we are not good at doing THIS.
    Why do you think this ?

    Unicorn princesses

  52. “I bungee jumped off a bridge in Morocco” I think this is sceptical because in Morocco there is no bridges and it is illegal to bungee jump off a bridge as you might hurt your selfs. @Fluffyisinterested

  53. Malcolm Arnold Academy Malcolm Arnold Academy

    A few weeks ago, me and my family ordered a takeaway. I started to eat my pizza when I found a razor blade in the crust.My mum phoned the takeaway and stated the following,’This is unexeptable, either it fell out of a piece of machinery or someone has placed it in there. My son could have choked to death.’ ‘Choked to death’ is a use of hyperbole as there was a hole at one end of the blade. I could have breathed, but it is kind of funny to see people exaggerate.

    D

  54. Briar Hill Primary School  Briar Hill Primary School 

    I really need for Donald trump to get himself a new job and a new wife

    From little miss DJ

  55. Briar Hill Primary School  Briar Hill Primary School 

    I think that Donald trump should get a new job because he is not a good person

  56. John Ruskin Primary School John Ruskin Primary School

    Statement: Lying is bad
    My opinion: In my opinion, lying IS a bad habit, but why do we do it? There are many different reasons why:
    1) We do it to show off or boast
    2) We do it to stop ourselves from getting in trouble
    3) We do it to ‘impress’ others

    these are some of the reasons but are these actions right? Maybe. Maybe not. All of us are different and have different opinions. Well, in my own opinion, lying has many negative impacts on others but can sometimes be useful. When we lie a lot, we are usually not trusted much anymore. On the other hand, lying can stop you from hurting your friend’s feelings (eg. telling your friends their new outfit looks good on them even though it doesn’t). There are other examples where you don’t want to upset your friends or family, but lying still isn’t something recommended to do. After all, this is my own opinion. (please comment about your opinions if you want to)

    ImaginativeExplorer

  57. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    I think you should research to really understand what you are listening to because most of the time people listen to what someone says but does not really understand.

    Butterfly123

  58. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    I don’t think it’s true because they have no evidence that they ate ’15 pizzas’

  59. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    “Donald trump is better than Obama”
    I don’t think so because Donald trump likes war than Obama.

    Bestgirl 345

  60. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    above comment is Potato123
    there’s no evidence

  61. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    ‘Starbucks is made for Americans’

    Not just Americans love Starbucks anyone can .Starbucks is made for everyone

    NAENAE

  62. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    ‘I think England is the best country in the world’

    I don’t this is true because there are loads of other great country’s in the world with loads of other great opportunities for people. For example in America you can do any job you like as you can in England.

    goldengirl102

  63. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    Good point
    Butterfly123

  64. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    ‘England is the best country in the world’

    I think that America is the better than England because in America they have better shops and the have Good food that i wish i could just go they right now. On the other hand, I think that England is better than America because they have Big houses that are in outside London and delicious food has well.

    Itz_Unicorn453

  65. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    Head lines can be true and not true. For things to be true you need to have evident.If there’s no evident thing’s can not be true.

  66. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    The above comment was from #galaxykittylol

  67. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    I personally disagree with this subheading because if the government listened to the peoples comments and personal views about the situations they would already have a solution to this problem, but in stead they are doing what they think is right , if they want to become a better government they should listen to the peoples points and views.

    The_Vampire_ Diaries _Lover

  68. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    ‘People on social housing are lazy’.
    I disagree with that because social housing is for people who are collecting low incomes. Someone could be working and could be on social housing they are not lazy it is just their work doesn’t pay them that much.
    @ Sluglove123

  69. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    ”I ate 15 pizza’s last night”. This isn’t true because if you did, you wouldn’t come in the next day in the first place and act like your not sick.

    eriiiii12

  70. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    no evident means not true.

    #galaxykittylol

  71. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    I think that you may have mistaken 15 pizzas for 15 pizza slices.

    hexaola

  72. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    The Social Housing feud CANNOT be solved.
    Social housing includes the less advantaged people such as :
    -Pregnant
    -Physically /Mentally ill
    Meaning social housing will never stop as people will always have mental or physical illnesses and people will not stop getting pregnant.Which means they will always be social housing due to the Human rights act which says everyone should be able to have a shelter.
    However even though those in need of social housing will never stop , population will still grow and there will be big cooperations trying to over take houses and flats for profit.
    This means the issue will only worsen as the need of social housing will rise -due to population- but the number of social houses will decrease-due to cooperations-.
    An example of this is the aylsberuy crisis.
    Social housings have decreased from the past and will keep on decreasing in the future .
    The crisis will continue.

    -AlB.

  73. Over the weekend I read the headline ‘Council houses are not safe!’ I was sceptical about this because how can a newspaper know that all houses are just like Grenfell. My house is from the council but my mum said we don’t have material that Grenfell did.

    Also all council houses are different and this headline will worry people and it makes people want to move and be very angry.

    How can a newspaper know that all council houses are dangerous unless they have done lots of research! They didn’t say they could prove that every home is dangerous.

    @flameninja @dragondonkey @parkourninja

  74. Upton Cross Primary School Upton Cross Primary School

    I am sceptic about the United Kingdom leaving the EU through ” BREXIT ” because they could loose financial and economical support. I am also sceptic about the future of our new generetion , Social Media and the government should be more transparent.

    By Red Pheonix Magnolia7

  75. Rockliffe Manor Primary Rockliffe Manor Primary

    I think the headline is not true because nothing is impossible and someday in the future no one will evan know what social housing means because instead of having less they will have too many and there will be no space for other things that we need.

    By Unigirl G

  76. “I escaped North Korea with ease!” I am sceptical about this headline (statement) because I know how high the security is in North Korea and I do not think anyone would even try to escape North Korea because if you escape North Korea your family living in North Korea will be put in behind bars instead of you!
    @FootballMaestro

  77. Foxfield Primary School Foxfield Primary School

    #Blue_Fox
    I think that some HEADLINES are skeptic
    E.G My house is on fire.
    These are not effective because people like who spy on us might do that in other homes.

  78. Foxfield Primary School Foxfield Primary School

    #Tech_Fox
    I think SOME headlines are skeptic

    E.G. Donald Trump Puts Wall Against MEXICO
    these are not effective because people like who spy on us might do that in other homes

  79. Foxfield Primary School Foxfield Primary School

    #silly fox how to benefit social . help now lose of people are poor and most people are sick so help now if your a kind and caring people please help

  80. Foxfield Primary School Foxfield Primary School

    #footyfox
    crisis of social housing
    e.g. twenty houses were robbed! would you believe me? or would you not?
    I am sceptical about this because I it would not be believable

  81. Foxfield Primary School Foxfield Primary School

    #smartfox
    MY HOUSE IS BURNT DOWN
    see how I was sceptive.
    this is how effective it it.people can trick you.

  82. Chiltern Way Academy Chiltern Way Academy

    Someone in my class said they have a fish tank under his floor and i don’t believe him.Because he always makes things up #LP

  83. Chiltern Way Academy Chiltern Way Academy

    someone in my class is scared of a bug and he said hes got a fish tank in his floor so im sceptical#funny
    LF

  84. Chiltern Way Academy Chiltern Way Academy

    I am sceptical of my brother cause he says “I won’t play on your tablet big bro”. But i’m suspicious because 1. I can hear laughing from his room. 2. When i check the tablet it’s not fully charged. So tonight i’m going to try and catch him and when i do his punishment will be no pudding for the rest of the month! peace out silent Russian !

    • Great example of using other evidence to determine if what you’ve been told is true or not. Although taking away pudding rights is tough!
      -Tiff at The Foundation

  85. I think this statement is not true because never is a very strong word it’s saying that it will never be solved,I think anything is possible!Maybe in the future it would be solved.So whoever said this I wouldn’t believe them.
    Michael Faraday School
    Squashed Strawberry

  86. St Mary's and St John's Church of England School St Mary's and St John's Church of England School

    ‘1 in 12 – Proportion of the UK currently on waiting lists for social housing’
    I am sceptical about this quote as 1 in 12 of the population of the UK (around 65 million as of 2016) would amount to a very large number, and I don’t believe that such a high number of people could be needing a home in the UK (seeing as it is classed as a developed country, categorised as very high in the Human Development Index)

    Beta

  87. Elaine Primary Academy Elaine Primary Academy

    1 IT could of been knocked down for social housing reasons
    unicornvamp

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