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Guardian's Money Blog "site's We Like" List

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/blog

Scroll down, on the right hand side.

Was this link always there?

Pretty cool, I thought. And right next to one of the most read articles for today about house prices.

Apologies if this is old news, I just noticed it and wondered if others had too. Delete thread if needed.

Mainstream yet?

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It's the Guardian so most likely a spelling mistake. It should probably have been www.labour.org.uk.

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It's the Guardian so most likely a spelling mistake. It should probably have been www.labour.org.uk.

:lol::lol::lol:

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Interesting.

Although I would have thought cheaper house prices for all would be aligned with their ethos, I wouldn't have thought much of the debate here would appeal to their left leaning readership. It's pleasantly surprising.

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It was. But I'm wondering if I should now stop posting as I never thought that a website I liked would be recommended by that rag. <_<

So that's why there have been lots of new poster wearing flares and jumpers with patches on the elbows.

I cant spell either so they should get on well here. :)

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OMG, i never thought I'd see that on the Guardian website, next we're going to have the daily express saying prices are too high!

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I always considered The Guardian to be one of the better newspapers, The Independent can be good too. Certainly more impartial and less sensational than the Daily Mail and The Times. Hopefully HPC will grow even faster once the repeated property falls are locked in.

Edited by Saberu

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