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Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

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Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

Was I the car tonight and ended up listening to this on R4

This will amuse HPCers no end (well worth listening too), as it brings up some of our favourite hates with EAs, their tactics + buying, selling and renting.

An excellent bit of HPC propaganda on a prime BBC slot R4 at 1830.

Either the editor at the BBC who approved this will soon be on permanent sabbatical to the Nickel mines in Norilsk, or this is the BBC's new version of risqué comedy to replace Ross and Brand...

Are there enough annoyed people in the younger generation that the tide is beginning to turn?

Have the editors at the Beeb woken up after watching Peston's internal BBC the proverbial hits the fan crystal ball gazing video from the end of January?

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


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      • up 5%



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