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The Exmoor Gold remains at the back of the cupboard awaiting the Grant Bovey / Anthea Turner BTL company collpase, in the meantime here's the starter course:

FORMER TV HOST IS SPARED PRISON

Former Bbc presenter Nicholas Harwood-Page, who was the face of the popular Escape To The Country show, forged the signature of his ex-wife on loan applications in a bid to clear his debts.The disgraced star, 36, was so bad with money that he resorted to taking out a £30,000 loan against the cottage he and wife Caroline shared in Frampton Mansell, near Stroud, by faking her handwriting.

Page, of Eagle Close, Bussage, is now working as a car salesman.

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Her husband had some difficulties managing money.

How can this be? Surely as he was giving out property investment advice on the BBC he must have been a financial genius? :lol:

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How can this be? Surely as he was giving out property investment advice on the BBC he must have been a financial genius? :lol:

What, just like all the other experts on property investment that fill the prime time viewing schedules?

At least they'll be off our screens after this year.

They should all be locked up and the keys thrown away. ;)

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Former Bbc presenter Nicholas Harwood-Page, who was the face of the popular Escape To The Country show, forged the signature of his ex-wife on loan applications in a bid to clear his debts.The disgraced star, 36, was so bad with money that he resorted to taking out a £30,000 loan against the cottage he and wife Caroline shared in Frampton Mansell, near Stroud, by faking her handwriting.

I think this puts paid to plans for a follow-up show called Escape To Another Country, preferably one without an extradition treaty with the UK.

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I think this puts paid to plans for a follow-up show called Escape To Another Country, preferably one without an extradition treaty with the UK.

:lol::lol::lol:

If he had gone to clink he could have made another useful guide: "The Great Escape to the Country"

Hopefully the law will also finally catch up with that smarmy git who presents that program where old codgers flog treasured keepsakes for a few quid, presumably to pay off that loan that took out after seeing that lovely Carol Vorderman on the telly flogging them!

He hasn't done anything technically illegal, he's just got a sort of uber-smarmy grin, that all right thinking persons would want to punch! Even worse, in fact, than Richard Madely!

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The Exmoor Gold remains at the back of the cupboard awaiting the Grant Bovey / Anthea Turner BTL company collpase, in the meantime here's the starter course:

I remember reading this one, and now this in the Telegraph today...

BoveyPulls Imagine Float

HBOS put in £37.5 m - haven't they lost enough lately?

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The Exmoor Gold remains at the back of the cupboard awaiting the Grant Bovey / Anthea Turner BTL company collpase, in the meantime here's the starter course:

FORMER TV HOST IS SPARED PRISON

Former Bbc presenter Nicholas Harwood-Page, who was the face of the popular Escape To The Country show, forged the signature of his ex-wife on loan applications in a bid to clear his debts.The disgraced star, 36, was so bad with money that he resorted to taking out a £30,000 loan against the cottage he and wife Caroline shared in Frampton Mansell, near Stroud, by faking her handwriting.

Page, of Eagle Close, Bussage, is now working as a car salesman.

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Her husband had some difficulties managing money.

How can this be? Surely as he was giving out property investment advice on the BBC he must have been a financial genius? :lol:

Watch out.. he will soon be on Celebrity Big Brother or "I am/was a celebrity. .get me out of here!)

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Just read the article

"The Imagine model is based on offering buy-to-let investors a one-stop shop. Imagine buys flats, usually taking control of whole blocks at a time, and then sells the majority of the flats to investors. As part of its service, Imagine finds tenants, furnishes the flats and guarantees the rental yield for the first two years, after which investors can sell the flat, keep the existing tenants on or find their own tenants".

Shouldn't that read - "guarantees the rental yield for the first two years, after which the investors are well and truly f***ed and remain in debt to Imagine for the rest of their lives unless they declare themselves bankrupt"..

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