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[英伦广角] 【整理】2014-08-02 房价涨 英国“啃老族”激增 半数成人与父母同住

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[英伦广角] 【整理】2014-08-02 房价涨 英国“啃老族”激增 半数成人与父母同住

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House Prices Force Adults To Live With Parents


The rising cost of buying a home means the 'clipped wing generation' are forced to remain with mum and dad.

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Coast and Country Housing Association:英国一家房产机构

Redcar:(地名)雷德卡

Help to Buy scheme:英国一项帮助人们购买房产的政策

downsize:削减(人手,规模)



An office at the Coast and Country Housing Association headquarters in Redcar, of the 11 people in today, 9 are aged 20 to 34, and 4 of them are still living at home with their parents. It's becoming a national issue. In England alone, a quarter of young workers, almost two million people, have yet to move out to a place of their own. The figures are much higher in some areas, including Castle Point, Essex, Knowsley on Merseyside and Solihull. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.

-These figures show us two things. Large numbers of young working people are living with their parents, and most of them don't want to.

The government says it is addressing the issue with the Help to Buy scheme and more Affordable Homes(英国的确有个项目叫Affordable Homes,但不知此处是不是指的这个).Lewis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting.

-I'm 26 years old, so I've been saving up many many years now. Only reason I was able to get a house is I managed to get one with 5% deposit.(此句不是很确定) If it wasn't for that, I literally wouldn't be able to move out.

Of the two older workers in this office, one has a 30-year-old son, working and living at home.

-That means basically that at the moment I can't retire, because we have to provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room, to have his own space. And as such we can't downsize.

The homeless charity Shelter says we are creating a "Clipped Wing Generation".

-We've seen a large rise, particularly in recent years, in the number of young adults living at home with their parents. It's now one in four. What we are saying is that young adults, in fact, the offer(?) is you can work hard, you can save hard, but you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom, and that's because frankly we just haven't been building enough affordable homes, and that's what politicians really got to focus on [that].

At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home. 4 of them to homes they'd like to have moved out of years ago.

Gerard Tubb,Sky News, Redcar



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希望大家在听写机构、公司、地名、人名等专有名词时能在网上搜索一下,如文中的Coast and Country Housing Association。此篇有一些其他地名,但视频里都有。

另外,新闻中采访对象的名字一般会打上字幕,也请大家注意一下,不要乱写人名,如文中的Lewis Thompson。

记者的名字也应经过搜索确定。

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A office of the Costal Country Housing Association headquarters in Redcar,of the eleven people in today,nine are aged 20-34,and four of them are still living at home with their parents.It's becoming a national issue.In England alone, a quarter of young workers,almost 2 million people, had yet to move out to replace their own. The figure is much higher in some areas including Castle Point and Essex. Knowsley and Merseyside, and Solihull.Almost half of them blame on lack of affordable housing.These figures show us two things, large numbers of young working people are living with their parents and most of them don't want to. The government says it is addressing the issue with the help to buy scheme for affordable homes. Louis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting. "I am 26 years old so I have been saving for many years now, only reason i felt was able to get houses unless I get the 5% deposit.If it wasn't for that,I would literallly not been able to move out. Of the two older workers in this office, one has a 30 year old son, working and living at home.That mens basically that I * to retire because we have to provide for a larger property,you know what if * him to have his own home,to have his own space,and I search ,eh,we count down size. The Homeless Charity Center says we're creating a clipped wing generation. We've seen a large rise particularly in recent years in numbers young adults living at home with their parents, it's now wanting for what we're saying for young adults in effect * you can work hard,you can save up,you can still be living as teenager in your childhood bedroom that's because frankly we're just having to build up enough affordable homes.That's what politician are really got to focus on that.At the end of another day, the workers of the office head home, 4 of them to homes they would like to move out of years ago.
Gerald Sky News, Redcar
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[Homework]2014-08-02 房价涨 英国“啃老族”激增 半数成人与父母同住

At an office at the coastal country housing association headquarters in Redcar, of the 11 people in today, 9 are aged 20 to 34, and 4 of them are still living at home with their parents, it's becoming a national issue. In England alone, a quarter of young workers almost 2 million people have yet to move out to a place of their own, the figures are much higher in some areas including Castle point essex, Knowsley Merseyside and Solihull, and almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.
These figures show us two things, large numbers of young working people are living with their parents and most of them don't want to.
The government says it is addressing the issue with the help to buy scheme and more affordable homes. Louis Thomson is one of those who's benefiting.
I'm a 26-year old, so i have been saving up many many years now, many reasons i won't be able to get a house, i managed to get one with 5% deposit, if it wasn't for that, i literally wouldn't have been able to move out.
Of the two older workers in this office, one has a 30-year old son, working and living at home. That means basically at the moment i can't retire, because we have to provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room, to have his own space, and as such we count down tight.
The homeless charity shelter says we're creating a clipped wing generation.
We have seen a large rise particularly in recent years the number of young adults living at home with their parents, it's now one in four, what we are seeing young adults in fact * you can work hard, you can save biggest still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom, and that's because frankly we haven't built enough affordable homes and that's what politicians really got to focus on that.
At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home, four of them to homes they'd like to have moved out of years ago.

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An office at the coastal of country housing association headquarters in red car, of the 11 people in today, 9 are aged 20 to 34 and 4 of them are still living at home with their parents. It's becoming a national issue. In England alone, a quarter of young workers almost two million people have yet to move out to a place of their own. The figures are much higher in some areas including castle pointed essux mostly on --- side and solid hall. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing. These figures show us two things: a large number of young working people are living with their parents and most of them don't want to. The government says it is addressing the issue with the help to buy scheme and more affordable homes. Lewis Tompsons is one of those who is benefiting. I am 26 years old, so I've been saving for many many years now. The only reason I wasn't been able to get a house is I am not able to give 5% of deposit. If it wasn't for that, I would literally want to be able to move out. Of the two older workers in the office, one has 30 years old son,working and living at home. That means basically at the moment I can't retire because we have to provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room to have his own space. And as such, we can't downsize. The homeless charity shelter says we are creating a clipped wing generation. We've seen a large rise particularly in recent years in the number of young adults living at home with their parents now. One of four, what we say is a young--- adult is effected you can work hard you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom. That's because frankly we just haven't built enough affordable homes and that's what politicians are really gonna focus on that. At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home, 4 of them to home they'd like to have moved out of years ago. Cherry Top sky top red car.
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At the office of the Coastal Country Housing Association headquarters in red card. Of 11 people in today, 9 averaged 20-35, and 4 of them, are still living at home with their parents. It's becoming a national issue.
In England alone, a quarter of young workers, almost 2 million people, have yet to move out to a place of their own. The figure is much higher in some areas, including Castle, pointed at 6. Knowsley on Merseyside and Solihull, almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.
These figures show us two things: large numbers of young working people are living with their parents, and most of them don't want to. The goverment says it's the addressing the issue with the help to buy scheme and more affordable homes.
Louis Thompson, is one of those who is benefiting. - I'm 26 years, so I've been saving many many years now. Many reasons I won't be able get a house is unless I get one with 5% of deposit. If it wasn't for that, I wouldn't literally have been able to move out.
Of the 2 old workers, one has a 30 years son working and living in the home. That means basiclly at that moment I can't retire. Because I have to provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room, to have his space and I search, eh, we count down size.
The homeless charity shelter says we are creating a Clipping wing generation. We've seen a large rise particularly in recent years, a number of young adults living at home with their parents.
It's now one in four, what we are seeing young adults in fact * you can work hard, you can save biggest still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom, and that's because frankly we haven't built enough affordable homes and that's what politicians really got to focus on that.
At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home, four of them to homeless they'd like to have moved out of years ago.

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[Homework]2014-08-02 房价涨 英国“啃老族”激增 半数成人与父母同住

At an office at the Coastal Country Housing Association Headquarters in Redcar, of the eleven people in today, nine are aged 20 to 34, and four of them are still living at home with their parents. It's becoming a national issue. In England alone, a quarter of young workers, almost two million people, have yet to move out to have a place on their own. The figures are much higher in some areas, including Castle Point at Essex, Knowsley on Merseyside and Solihull. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.-These figures show us two things. Large numbers of young working people are living with their parents, and most of them don't want to.
The government says it is addressing the issue with the help to buy scheme and more affordable homes.  Louis Thomson is one of those who is benefiting.
-I'm 26 years old, so I've been saving up many many years now. The only reason I would be able to get a house is I happened to get one with 5 percent deposit. If it wasn't for that, I literally wouldn't be able to move out.
Of two older workers in this office, one has a 30-year-old son, working and living at home.
-That means basically that at the moment I can't retire, because we have to provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room, to have his own space. And as such, we can't downsize.
The homeless charity shelter says,we are creating a clipped wing generation.
-We've seen a large rise, particularly in recent years, at the number of young adults living at home with their parents. It's now one in four who we're seeing as young adults but in fact the offering is you can work hard, you can save up, you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom, and that's because frankly we just haven't been building enough affordable homes, and that's what politicians really got to foucs on that.
At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home. Four of them to homes they'd like to have moved out of years ago.
Gerrard, Sky News, Redcar.

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An office at the Coast and Country Housing Association headquarters in Redcar, of the 11 people in today, 9 are aged 20 to 34, and 4 of them are still living at home with their parents. It’s becoming a national issue. In England only, a quarter of young workers, almost 2 million people have yet to move to a place of own. The figure is much higher in some areas, including castle point and Essex, Knowsley on Merseyside and Solihull. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing. These figures show us two things, large numbers of young people are living with their parents,, and most of them don’t want to. The government says it is addressing the issue with the help to buy scheme and more affordable homes. Lewis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting.

I’m 26 years old, so I’ve been saving up many many years now. The only reason I’m able to get a house is I managed to get one with 5% deposit. If it wasn’t for that, I literally won’t be able to move out.
Of the two older workers in this office, one has a 30-year old son, working and living at home.

That means basically at the moment I can’t retire, because we have provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room, his own space. And as such, we can’t downsize.
The homeless charity shelter says we are creating a clipped wing generation.

We see a large rise, particularly in recent years, in the number of young adults living at home with their parents, now one in four. What we can say is that young adults, in fact, **is you can work hard, you can save hard, but you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom. That’s because frankly we just haven’t been building enough affordable homes, that’s what politicians really got to focus on that.

At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home, four of them to home they’d like to have moved out of years ago.
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An office at the Coast country housing association headquaters in Redcar。of the 11 people in today 9 are aged 20 to 34,and 4 of them still living at home with their parents.it is becoming a national issue,in England alone, a quarter of young workers almost 2million people have yet to move out  to a place of their own.the figures are much higher than some areas ,including Castle Pint,Essex,Knowsley on Merseyside and Solihull.and almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.
these figures show us tow things. large numbers of young working people are living with their parents, and most of them don't want to .the goverment says it is addressing the  issue with the help to buy scheme and more affordable homes.Louis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting.
I am 26 years old ,so i have been saving up many many years now . only reason i was able to get a house is i _to get one with 5% deposit.if it wasn't for that,i literally wouldn't be able to move out.
of two old worker here in the office ,one has a 30- year-old son ,woring and living at home.that means basically that at the moment i can't retire,because we have to provide a larger property in order for him to have his own room ,to hve is own space. and as such, we can't downsize.
The homeless charity shelter says,we are creating a clipped wing generation.we 've seen a large rise,particularly in recent years,at the number of young adults living at home with their parents.it is now one in four  who we'are @@ as young adults but in fact the offering is you can work hard ,you can save up,you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom,and that 's because frankly we just haven't been building enough affordable homes,and that's what politicians really got to foucs on that .
At the end of another day,the workers in the office head home .four of them to homes they'd like to have moved out of years ago.
Gerrad,Sky News,Redcar.









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A the office at coast and country housing association headquaters in Redcar, of the 11 pepole in today,9 are aged 20 to 34,and 4 of them are still living at home with their parents.It's becoming a national issue.In England alone, a quarter of young workers, almost 2 million pepole haven't yet to move out to a place of their own. The figures are much higher in some areas, including castle point,Essex,Knowsley on Merseyside and Solihull. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing. This figures show us two things.large numbers of young working pepole are living with their parents, and most of them don't want to.

The goverment says it is addressing a issue with the help to buy scheme a more affordable homes. Lewis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting.26 year old, so I'm saving up many many years now.Only reason to be able to get houses, of being get 5% deposite. If it wasn't for that, I literally wantta be ablt to move out.Of the older workers in this office,one has a 30-year-old son working and living at home.

It means basicely that at this moment, I can't retire because we have to provid a larger property, in order to offer him to have his own room, to have his own space.And a reach, we can't downsize.

The homeless charity Shelter says we are creating a clipped wing generation. we see a larger rise, paticulaly in resent year, in the number the young adult live in a home with their parents. Now one in four.What we says young adult, in the fact the offeraty can work, can save up can still be living as a teanager, in their chirldhood bedroom.That because we haven't build enough affordable home, what our politicians really gonna focus on that. At the end of another day,the workers in the office had home, 4 of them to homes they'd like to move out years ago.

Jarata, sky news, Redcar.
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An office at the Coast and County Housing Association headquarters in Redcar, of the 11 people in today, 9 are aged 20 to 34, and 4 of them are still living in their home with their parents. It’s becoming a national issue. In England alone, a quarter of young workers, almost 2 million people have yet to move out to a place of their own. The figure is much higher in some areas, including Castle Point on Essex, Knowsely on Merseyside and Solihull. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.

These figures show us two things: large numbers of young working people are living with their parents and most of them don’t want to.

The government says it is dressing the issue with the Help to Buy scheme and More Affordable Homes. Louis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting.

“I’m 26 years old, so I’ve been saving up many, many years. Now only reason I was able to get a house is I managed to get one with 5% deposit. If it wasn’t for that, I literally wouldn’t be able to move out.”

Of the two older workers in this office, one has a 30-year-old son working and living at home.

That means basically at the moment I can’t retire because we have to provide a large property in order for him to have his own room, to have his own space. And as such we can’t downsize.

The Homeless Charity Shelter says we are creating a ‘’clipped wing generation.”

“We’ve seen a large rise, particularly in recent years, in the number of young adults living at home with their parents is now 1 in 4. What we are saying is that young adults, in fact, the offer is you can work hard, you can save hard, but you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom. And that’s because frankly we just haven’t been building enough affordable homes, and that’s where politicians really got to focus on that.”

At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home, four of them to homes they’d like to move out of years ago.

Gerard Tubb, Sky News, Redcar.
An office at the Coast and County Housing Association headquarters in Redcar, of the 11 people in today, 9 are aged 20 to 34, and 4 of them are still living in their home with their parents. It’s becoming a national issue. In England alone, a quarter of young workers, almost 2 million people have yet to move out to a place of their own. The figure is much higher in some areas, including Castle Point on Essex, Knowsely on Merseyside and Solihull. And almost half of them blame a lack of affordable housing.

These figures show us two things: large numbers of young working people are living with their parents and most of them don’t want to.

The government says it is dressing the issue with the Help to Buy scheme and More Affordable Homes. Louis Thompson is one of those who is benefiting.

“I’m 26 years old, so I’ve been saving up many, many years. Now only reason I was able to get a house is I managed to get one with 5% deposit. If it wasn’t for that, I literally wouldn’t be able to move out.”

Of the two older workers in this office, one has a 30-year-old son working and living at home.

That means basically at the moment I can’t retire because we have to provide a large property in order for him to have his own room, to have his own space. And as such we can’t downsize.

The Homeless Charity Shelter says we are creating a ‘’clipped wing generation.”

“We’ve seen a large rise, particularly in recent years, in the number of young adults living at home with their parents is now 1 in 4. What we are saying is that young adults, in fact, the offer is you can work hard, you can save hard, but you can still be living as a teenager in your childhood bedroom. And that’s because frankly we just haven’t been building enough affordable homes, and that’s where politicians really got to focus on that.”

At the end of another day, the workers in the office head home, four of them to homes they’d like to move out of years ago.

Gerard Tubb, Sky News, Redcar.
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