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Jobless Family Of 10 Has The Audacity To Demand a Mansion, Receives Interesting Response

Arnold and Jeanne Sube are originally from Cameroon in west Africa, the Express reported. They immigrated from Paris in 2012 with their eight children, and lived in a three-bedroom home that cost the state nearly $20,000 a year.

When the family was offered a home with two more bedrooms, the couple insisted the house was not large enough.

“People have to realize we are in the middle of a national housing crisis,” Councilor Tom Shaw said. “We have more than 10,000 people on the waiting list and 1,000 in temporary accommodation. This family are living in a large three-bed house. We managed to find them a large four-bed house and then a five-bed, which they turned down.”

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Have them move in with Theresa May!

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