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Big thanks to anyone who posted on these threads.

Your help proved invaluable the relative in question was the wife who got shafted at work. Thanks to information given I went to work on her defence and totally ****ed them over back and helped to create a massive 5h1tstorm for the senior managers to deal with. In fact I've created such a huge mother****er of a 5h1tstorm it will last for months and is going to cost them a fortune. All which could have been avoided if thy had just got their facts right before jumping to conclusions.

In the end its all worked out well, the wife got reinstated then got offered another job elsewhere so complete result.

If I do ever bump into any you I'll gladly buy you a pint.

I thought you'd like to know that some of you have made a difference with your posts. It's not a complete waste of time being on here.

So a big thank you for your input, it is all very much appreciated. :D

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http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=190107

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=189753

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=189325

Big thanks to anyone who posted on these threads.

Your help proved invaluable the relative in question was the wife who got shafted at work. Thanks to information given I went to work on her defence and totally ****ed them over back and helped to create a massive 5h1tstorm for the senior managers to deal with. In fact I've created such a huge mother****er of a 5h1tstorm it will last for months and is going to cost them a fortune. All which could have been avoided if thy had just got their facts right before jumping to conclusions.

In the end its all worked out well, the wife got reinstated then got offered another job elsewhere so complete result.

If I do ever bump into any you I'll gladly buy you a pint.

I thought you'd like to know that some of you have made a difference with your posts. It's not a complete waste of time being on here.

So a big thank you for your input, it is all very much appreciated. :D

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Is this from today's daily mail cos I can't find it? Also no mention of immigrants and how much the house is worth..?

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Good news... Glad it all worked out...

Make sure you tell her to watch her back.. Not many employers enjoy having the tables turned on them and will be watching and waiting.

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Are you now going to hunt down all her enemies and slay them like the treacherous dogs that they are!?

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I don't think there is any need too, I've cost them a fortune which I pointed out repeatedly in the appeal meeting.

They decided to make a mountain out of a mole hill and I showed them I could make an even bigger mountain.

They are now having to rewrite policies including the disciplinary one which I clearly demonstrated was fundamentally flawed. I tied them in knots and clearly they knew a tribunal was going to cost them a fortune in staff time alone for something which was impossible to defend.

I got to be the knight in shining armour for the damsel in distress as she was completely and utterly fooked and it was a lost cause with no hope for a successful appeal or so she was told. I then got on the case and in under a week caused carnage so much so that my wife ended up getting numerous apologies for the prior actions of other people in the process.

In this case it's clear I was the black swan event.

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  • 246 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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