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  1. My work 1 month ago: "Work from where ever, whenever, be fully flexible, the office is just here as an option!" After literally no one goes in for the entire month "3 line whip on line managers being back in the office, make it clear if people aren't in a few days a week they won't progress" FAANG all bringing people back to the office, writing is on the wall.
  2. Scottish independence is even less defined than brexit was. No idea on currency, tax, NHS, defence, law, regulations, etc. If Scottish get independence, I suspect you'll be able to pick up properties cheaper as businesses move south of the border just for the convenience. Likewise with people running away from the huge increases in tax, etc. However, do you want to live somewhere where you give up 60%+ of your salary?
  3. 500k and it looks like the flooring and decor cost about £100 total. How old is that laminate to look that bad?
  4. Fullstack web engineers. MERN/MEAN stack, something similar. Moonpig pay senior frontend devs 85++
  5. What is IT? What is this manager, a PM? Tech is booming, salaries are utterly ridiculous. It's not uncommon to see 25 year olds on £80k in the NW.
  6. It's a real shame but feels inevitable. I think covid has made me feel more disconnected from the game and this is just the final straw. How do clubs think they can treat fans just like assets? This is like when they tried to make games £15 ppv and nobody watched, when will these idiots learn
  7. Labour are in between a rock and a hard place with the woke stuff. They need to appeal to people in cities, your cosmopolitan types and then they need to appeal to the classic red wall voters. The problem is, these people are totally different. I think Corbyn's biggest legacy will not just how he turned off so many of these voters, but the MP's he parachuted in throughout the country. You can look at a few of them and see they're utterly awful and only got the job through the most dodgy of connections. I'm not just talking the likes of Claudia Webbe, but look at who he put in, in War
  8. I think this falls down quite quickly with these assumptions So if for speed we take the 'average' (6.38+0.10[/2]) that gives 3.24% then lets assume a high street lending rate of 2% above base or 3.24+2% equaling 5.24% So using a interest rate of 5.24% over a mortgage term of 25 years means, according to the Martin Lewis calc total interest of £163,217 to service the mortgage. And Would the interest payments [total of £163,217] divided by 25 years gives £6528 per annum, be enough for you to rent somewhere? If no stop reading. Then you could 'save/invest' what you were goin
  9. This story has it all, extortionate price, daily mail sad face, the lot https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9465205/Coleshill-house-Grandmother-58-complains-lorries-A466-shake-350-000-dream-home.html
  10. 3 weeks to stop the spread, 6 months until the crash. as a member since 2014, still haven't seen either unfortunately..
  11. I guess all this depends on how long of a time period we're looking at. Does even the staunchest HPCer believer that prices will drop 30% and not eventually catch backup?
  12. It is absolutely, tottaly bonkers that a new build is seem as a bad thing in this country! What other product is like that? Its mad, and something needs to be done.. Obviously it won't be but ******, this isn't even a HPC thing, no one wants a new build, people get them because they have to
  13. £600k and it gets you what looks like a £5k kitchen from the wren budget isle
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