What do Ebay fraud, Sherlock Holmes and Rupert’s Fancy Fowls have in common? It’s elementary my dear — EASTWEST Public Relations
When I was a student in Manchester reading American Studies back in ’86 through 1990, with a year in America, I had to watch pennies pretty seriously as every student did in those days. There were no student debts, and you couldn’t get a loan. You had a grant of £3,400, if I remember rightly, to live on, and money was tight. We would always buy the cheapest of everything; we would buy a packet of six eggs between all of us that were living in the dorm and have one each.
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