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Migrant Mother

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  1. Brexit: May to introduce EU repeal bill in Queen's Speech Blimey, so Brexit does mean Brexit. Very good.
  2. IMO anyone who buys now or indeed bought in the last 18 months to 2 years is ******ed.
  3. OP its up to you but I would not buy at the moment. Having said that I've been waiting for 8 years. I will wait until some sanity returns to the housing market
  4. The BBC's broadcasting has been treacherous since Brexit. They seem to be intentionally frightening people.
  5. It is in part indoctrination. My 8yo was surprised I'd voted Leave as everyone at school had voted remain. She also couldn't understand that I told her not to say the I promise to serve the Queen part of Brownie promise. The Brownies had been telling all the kids how wonderful Queenie is and celebrating her birthday. Are the young gonna rise up and get rid of the Four Olds in support of their glorious EU. Hmm maybe I shouldn't have told my daughter I voted Leave <nervous>
  6. Peston is saying Carnage is happening on the markets. Black Friday anyone?
  7. My thoughts exactly. The wests puppet has become rabid, will the west put it down?
  8. Can't help thinking the Co-op train wreck has been engineered. Flowers is a vile patsy hired to put a few more nails in the Co-ops coffin. Cui bono??
  9. Hellsbells check out suicide rates after divorce. I seem to remember suicide rates amongst divorced men were higher than any other group. I'm currently really worried about a lovely guy who has been gutted when his wife decided to end the marriage because of issues she has to work through. He's not replying to texts. Such a lovely bloke., I just hope he's ok.
  10. Liberal Democrats vote for cohabitation rights I ******ing hate libdem twats :angry:
  11. I've been saying for years, Im surprised any bloke with assets would get married.
  12. Agreed. Absolutely ******ing awful from BBCPravda. Shockingly bad. This way little sheep, this way
  13. I really would like to move to Ireland. My family is Irish btw My partner is Irish/half Chinese, he's worried about racism. Thoughts?
  14. Here's a high profile mumsnet thread where there is plenty of bearish sentiment
  15. I've been reading your experience of life in Ireland with interest. I desperately want to leave England but am tied here for another 2 years. My family are from Ireland I'd be over there like a shot if I could! Me and the other half are also considering New Zealand too. Am I right you had no Irish connection before moving there? What job did you get over there and how easy was it to find a job?
  16. Has anyone else noticed that the number of fixed rate products have been falling significantly recently? My 5 year fixed rate came to an end a couple of months back. I researched on HPC and elsewhere about interest rate rises with inconclusive results. I figured that I would start doing a search on the number of fixed rate deals on Moneysupermarket. I reasoned that if there were a fall on fixed rates being offered, it could be an indicator of interest rate rises to come. I searched once a week using the same criteria from around late November. The number of fixed rate products remained steady at around 730 for weeks, then about a month ago they dropped to around 630, my last search this week saw the number of products down to 580.
  17. <Cloud Cuckoo Land> Nope he would be hero if he somehow worked out how to financially screw her, whilst getting residency of the kids! </Cloud Cuckoo Land> Believe me because of how the system works, it is almost impossible for decent intelligent bloke to outwit a thick harridan like her. Mum knows best. Don't you know! No doubt both she and he know this, given her vicious dominance and his utterly brow beaten defeated appearance. Horrendous cow, I feel so sorry for him.
  18. Thanks for that. Five years ago, I fixed my mortgage. At the time I had the inkling things were starting to go tits up with the economy. History up until then in this country showed that base rates soared when the economy hit the buffers. Who could have predicted years of near zero interest rates. Today we seem to be uncharted territory with hugely conflicting advice from people who have far, far greater knowledge of economics than I. To play it safe or not? If the Eurozone implodes. What would be the fallout? I think it would be wise to play it safe if you want to sleep well at night.
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