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02 May 12 #327857 by rubytuesday
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For those of you who haven''t seen Ian''s star performance on BBC Breakfast news a week or so ago (or want to watch a proper copy that isn''t shaky!), you can now watch the clip here -

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We have had a lot of new members and an increase in daily visits since this was broadcast - the power of the media!

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02 May 12 #327908 by dukey
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I must admit i was slightly disappointed, the piece related to how divorce affects people financially, and yet here we have Ian strolling on the sea front suited and booted!.

Where may i ask was the straw hat ex army surplus shirt and dirty jeans?, ok so a bottle of dry cider would be a step too far but you see where i`m coming from surely.

I look forward to an explanation.

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02 May 12 #327910 by somuch2know2
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i agree- I would have hoped they would have covered the costs of not mediating, and how going through the courts takes more time than protocal and every month it drags out it inevitably costs more money.

I would have liked to have heard how it affects the main breadwinner both during and after the process and how even when its over- it never really is over.

On another note- does anyone have access to research conducted on the financial impact of divorcing couples?

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02 May 12 #327911 by rubytuesday
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Now, now Dukey, play nice :p

Everyone knows that
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02 May 12 #327914 by dukey
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I was thinking more >>>>>>>>



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02 May 12 #327915 by stukadivebomber
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This alone was worth the licence fee.

Anything else they care to broadcast is a bonus.







Well, somebody was going to say it, so.... :evil:


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02 May 12 #327917 by rubytuesday
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I''m going to have nightmares now :blink:

PS - wonder if he will read this?

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