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I want a house!

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  1. Different cities mate. One is in Sunderland and not Barnes, London, where prices are crazy!
  2. Yet, they are still recruiting. I don't understand what is going on internally.
  3. No, they have to pay for the book, some fee, every x times that book has been taken out.
  4. I agree. My family go to the library. They have book clubs and a lot of things dedicated to kids. I am in the top 10% earners in the UK, so contrary to what that other person said, it is only for poor kids.
  5. Can't tell you the exact department, but it seems pretty chilled out by talking to its members. Currently where I sit, it is pretty brutal too. [Edit] So it makes it a hard decision.
  6. This is a particular problem I have to face at the moment. Do I trust them enough seeing that they have just made 10% of their staff redundant. Was this redundancy necessary or do they like to churn?
  7. If you are an undergraduate and you have been studying before the change in the law, the courses are still £700, so I carry on with my degree. I am not 60 however.
  8. The republic's take on this: http://www.republic.org.uk/updates/?p=760
  9. Popular, put it to referendum, then we will know how popular. Until then, a very noisy minority.
  10. And I agree on that too. I use to run that Gordon Brown group on facebook where they call him Satan. Then I got into finance....
  11. I never voted her in, so why is she there. She is overstepping her mark IMO.
  12. Didn't say I am against it, just pointing out the irony that the Dutch were very anti-apartheid, only to start considering practicing it themselves 20 years later... That is all.
  13. Must be quite a plush hotel and are they travelling in from the Middle East or Africa? Because £500 travel covers that range. I know the rail is getting pricey, but we're not there yet... Maybe next year, but not yet...
  14. Good to see good old apartheid is alive and well. No longer the Afrikaans doing it but their distant cousins, the Dutch.
  15. Same could be said of Earlsfield not that long back... Look at it now, still rubbish, yet.... How is the housing low quality? How are the schools low quality. I did a search and they are rated ofsted 2, that is not low quality? Nothing to do, for adults, maybe no pubs to get drunk at, but loads of outside activities for kids to do there. The only thing that lets it down, is that high street.
  16. You know that Morden is down the road from Wimbledon, has a tube line and is dirt cheap in comparison. People are scared off by the rubbish looking high street. I don't understand why people discount Morden.
  17. How do you eat? Nothing wrong in claiming benefits, it is the system that is wrong, not you.
  18. Was made redundant this year with 6 months notice, found a new job within a month, gave notice that I am leaving earlier, they then offered me my position back with more money. This is IT development.
  19. If this is really true, why are you not phoning or contacting the government? Here, lemme help you... https://secure.dwp.gov.uk/benefitfraud/ Department for work and pensions, do your part...
  20. Too scared to say what should be done to politicians for allowing slavery, hell, I will say it, vote the bastards out! The thought police may arrest me these days, who would have ever thought it could come to this... Hold on, hold on... I have been hearing horror stories like what is happening for years from the quacks of the world, maybe they are not as crazy as I first thought!
  21. Boy, you are a fun person. It is a sport and a damn good one, try play it.
  22. Why would one spend over £500,000 to make a measly £10,000, so to speak? Won't that just cover stamp duty. No, I haven't bothered calculating. What I am saying is anyone who bought to profit over the Olympics needs their head examined.
  23. Depends, if you need to fit a family in it and you want it not to break down, you got to spend a little more than that realistically. About £7,000.
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