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 on: Today at 09:19:57 
Started by mystical_goat - Last post by 4D
Technically it's not, it belongs to the landlord but I'm not talking of it as a home, just the financial side. I can answer yes to Rob's points.
You have to look long term too, a mortgage can be paid off by the time retirement comes along.

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 on: Today at 09:13:05 
Started by tans - Last post by Peter Venkman
Didn't we already have a DoF? Wasn't the former Aston Villa bloke in that slot? Or is he the CEO?
As far as I know we have only ever had one other DoF ever and that was Sherwood.

We had a sporting director I think a couple of years back who became Academy Director...Seamus Brady, is that who you thought it was?

http://thetownend.com/index.php?topic=56223.0

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 on: Today at 09:09:41 
Started by herthab - Last post by pauld
Struggling with this comment. Are you seriously suggesting that the Torys get behind her? Her plan is shit, she is a terrible leader. I'm surprised they've given her this long.
No, I'm suggesting that this is a continuation of the process started by Cameron to put the internal squabbles of the Tory party above the interests of the country. That's why we had the referendum and ended up in this mess.

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 on: Today at 09:08:06 
Started by herthab - Last post by jayohaitchenn
Well, that's the 48 letters in then. And once more the greater interests of the country are sacrificed to the self-interests of the Conservative Party in sorting out their own internal mess. Or rather continuing to fail to do so. Well done.

Struggling with this comment. Are you seriously suggesting that the Torys get behind her? Her plan is shit, she is a terrible leader. I'm surprised they've given her this long.

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 on: Today at 08:53:05 
Started by herthab - Last post by pauld
So according to May, the Conservatives are the only party to reunite the country.
The Conservatives can't even unite the Conservatives.

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 on: Today at 08:52:04 
Started by herthab - Last post by brocklesby red
So according to May, the Conservatives are the only party to reunite the country. Wasnít it the Conservatives that divided the country in the first place by calling a referendum.She also claims that the only beneficiaries of tonightís vote will be Corbyn and McDonald. I would suggest thatJohnson,Gove,Rudd,Davis et al might hope they will also benefit

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 on: Today at 08:50:30 
Started by herthab - Last post by pauld
Well, that's the 48 letters in then. And once more the greater interests of the country are sacrificed to the self-interests of the Conservative Party in sorting out their own internal mess. Or rather continuing to fail to do so. Well done.

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 on: Today at 08:48:23 
Started by mystical_goat - Last post by pauld
Renting gives you a roof over your head but returns nothing, at least buying is an investment.
No it's not. It's your home, and you should look at it like that. Your point that mortgage is usually cheaper than rent is salient, but for me Rob's 3 key questions sum it up very well:
Can you afford it?
Could you afford it with higher interest rates?
Does it provide you with a better life than renting? (not just financial, but how you'd feel)

If yes, buy the thing.  If no, you'll never be ready regardless of market conditions.

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 on: Today at 07:38:25 
Started by mystical_goat - Last post by The Artist Formerly Known as Audrey
Buy now! Buy now!

I know of a lovely house in Wroughton for sale - Iíll throw in a STFC season ticket, too.

Anything to escape this wretched Brexit bollocks - death by a thousand cunts

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 on: Today at 07:27:23 
Started by mystical_goat - Last post by 4D
Renting gives you a roof over your head but returns nothing, at least buying is an investment. My mortgage payments are cheaper than renting the equivalent house too, by quite a bit.

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