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  1. You, sir, are a complete and utter ***t. Stick your stupid comments up your Arsenal.
  2. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/money/pro...icle5308033.ece
  3. "Two women came in within a few hours of each other. The first was distraught, and said she felt like jumping off Humber bridge. The second was spending a lot more than her monthly income; we explained that, in such circumstances, she wouldn't be expected to make any contribution to her creditors. "She said she really hoped not, as it was already a problem to find the cost of her regular Botox injections, hairdos and manicures
  4. Mostly terrible areas. I certainly wouldn't want to live in any of them (except the expensive ones in nice areas which were too expensive to sell).
  5. The financial events of recent weeks have filled many of us with shock and panic. Surely no one could have predicted that we would be in this mess? Well, actually, they did. Here are ten people who saw the financial meltdown coming... 1. Vince Cable - deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats Here is a question Mr Cable’s posed to Gordon Brown, then Chancellor, during Treasury Questions back in November 2003: “The growth of the British economy is sustained by consumer spending pinned against record levels of personal debt, which is secured, if at all, against house prices that the Bank of Engla
  6. Silly me, and I thought it was the Arabs with their vast oil wealth were the ones with all the power.
  7. I'm sure there's plenty for sale but I'd guess those nice estate agents are cutting cutting back on their outgoings, especially if the adverts they pay for in the property supplement aren't generating any interest from buyers.
  8. In the bumper Manchester Evening Evening News rabbit hutch I mean city centre property supplement today, total number of properties for sale=0.
  9. http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/ I would like to complain most strongly about your coverage on the Today programme this morning and no doubt across the BBC network of a press release issued by the National Housing Federation based on research by Oxford Economics that property prices will rise by 25% in the next 5 years. In view of what has happened in the last few months I consider this to be extremely irresponsible journalism, the sort of rubbish I would expect to see in the Daily Express or on Channel 4. I don’t expect to hear this rubbish on the Today programme unless it is challenged. I
  10. Looks like it's gone tits up to me. Loads of sub £120k "apartments" on rightmove including one in The Hacienda up for auction at just £105k. A few months ago there were hardly any.
  11. Eastlands is another sh*thole. So is the housing.
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