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Kirsty And Phil's Best And Worst Top Ten

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Worst:

10: Easington - Durham

09: Salford - Manchester

08: Merthyr Tydfil - Wales

07: Blaenau Gwent - Wales

06: Mansfield - East Midlands

05: Middlesborough - Teeside

04: Hackney - London

03: Strabane - Northern Ireland

02: Nottingham - Nottinghamshire

01: Kingston Upon Hull - Hell - Capital of Lard - East Riding of Yorkshire

Best:

10: West Oxfordshire (home of Blenheim Palace)

09: Guilford - Surrey

08: Mole Valley - East Surrey

07: South Cambridgeshire

06: East Hertfordshire (home of Beckhingham Palace)

05: Stratford Upon Avon - Warwickshire

04: Ashford - Kent

03: Harrogate - North Yorkshire

02: Westminster - Central London

01: Epsom and Ewell - Surrey

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A former girlfriend of mine came from Ewell.  For as long as I live, I hope to never see or hear from the psychotic cow ever again.

Was her name `Kirsty', by any chance? ;)

It would be a good programme to keep on file. And let's look back on their predictions in a years time.

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A former girlfriend of mine came from Ewell.  For as long as I live, I hope to never see or hear from the psychotic cow ever again.

We've all done it :unsure:

In my case it was a girl from Blackpool.

Now there's a BAD place to live :ph34r:

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Noticed that Scotland didn't figure at all, probably didn't let those two muppets into the country.

At one point Kirsty said prices were ' bound' to rise. What kind of liability does she (and Ch4) have for giving such enthusiatic advice if prices fall?

In 10 years time, you'll see those two in one of those programs which show clips from old cringe-worthy programs and say, 'What ever happened to Kirsty Allsop after house prices crashed?'

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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