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  1. Rooms go for 500 a month in Norwich... Something's up or it not actually in Norwich or its dereham road, mile cross, hearrtease?
  2. Lidl supermarket destroyed 'by looters' after snow storm

    I always feel as if I have robbed Lidl and aldi etc. Just when paying as normal, compared to Sainsbury's/Tesco/Waitrose shops.
  3. Pretentious Job Titles

    economically inactive
  4. just make sure one of your co defendants suffers a heart attack£250-million-tesco-fraud-trial-discontinued-after-defendant-suffers-a-heart-attack/ar-BBILvg5?li=AA54rU&ocid=mailsignout
  5. The Great BIG redundancy thread!

    A lot of the business is repeat custom, equity in previous yacht is used to fun the new one... of course there are lots of buyers who don't have them on finance. There is always a bigger more shiny version.
  6. DOW falls 1100 points

    its certainly more than 150 people, there is that many working at just one of the yards. some say that is private equity for ya. As for the sunk vessel, suppose if there is a court order for millions in damages then you can see why the sharholders would write it off.
  7. DOW falls 1100 points

    yes, well actually announcement was made yesterday afternoon, suppliers and press pretty much only on the case this morning. All I have been told is the shareholders have walked away.
  8. DOW falls 1100 points

    HTP Investments have had their financial funding stopped, quite possibly linked. Not sure which banks fund them but adds up if the banks are pulling funding all over the place(not yet found out)
  9. The Great BIG redundancy thread!
  10. Wales ends Right to Buy

    That should be "Should"
  11. Wales ends Right to Buy

    local authority has first refusal to buy back the property at the same discount.
  12. City/town centres are different, sure, space is premium, has been the case for hundreds of years, terraces are of course lacking in parking and outside space. I went to look at house the other day to rent, small courtyard garden. It was on the market at a rental cost that would require 2 full time working adults. No allocated parking, few small parts of the road which of course are first come first served. Looked at it at 6/7ish in evening, choc block with cars and certainly no space for 2 more. Any way its clearly an amateur btl investor, the agent confirmed the landlord is new to the game. Its been up for quite some time and in that time they managed to make the inside less attractive by painting the whole thing magnolia and all the wood work some shit dark brown stain. Finally the rent has been dropped £10 a month in the last few days, I would have gone the max 80% of asking rent, but thankfully better options have turned up.
  13. Yup, no problem with small adequate sized dwellings, just don't cram then in so close together and utilise a bit more outdoor space
  14. what ever HMRC decides, unless can prove otherwise?