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Sometimes I Think This Country Is Going Down The Toilet

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Close relative got a letter explaining that she had been turned down for a credit card. No reason was stated, but it wasn't a surprise as relative has no credit history (building a credit history was primary reason for requesting credit card).

One week later (today), credit card turns up in the post.

Nice to see the banks are back at the top of their game.

Plus had to wait 40 minutes at a cafe for the chef to make a sandwich and (lukewarm, largely cold) soup.

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Close relative got a letter explaining that she had been turned down for a credit card. No reason was stated, but it wasn't a surprise as relative has no credit history (building a credit history was primary reason for requesting credit card).

One week later (today), credit card turns up in the post.

Nice to see the banks are back at the top of their game.

Plus had to wait 40 minutes at a cafe for the chef to make a sandwich and (lukewarm, largely cold) soup.

Completely agree. I bought a bacon roll and a coffee from my whetherspoons. It was overcooked and the mug had a stain. Some might ask what I was expecting with for £1.69 at Whetherspoons but to me it was undeniable proof the country is going down the toilet.

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Completely agree. I bought a bacon roll and a coffee from my whetherspoons. It was overcooked and the mug had a stain. Some might ask what I was expecting with for £1.69 at Whetherspoons but to me it was undeniable proof the country is going down the toilet.

maybe you complained last time and your mug actually had been in the toilet.

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Sometimes?

...and "going"? It's well past the U bend. Have you been anywhere else less civilised in Western Europe?

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  • 284 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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