It will be blindingly obvious on your P45. They will see it, for sure, but it shouldn’t matter, most employers will just ignore it and they are used to it because everybody lies. As long as you do your job well and you are worth the money then shouldn’t be a problem.
My chiropractic is a genius and I wish I had found him sooner. Probably see him once a year now when I’ve had a lot going on and not looked after myself. I had been to 2 others previously. One just wasn’t very good and the other was ok but wanted me to go back a lot. The current one really is wonderful and helps you to understand and help yourself.
Worth considering part-exchanging the diesel against a 3yo electric, there are plenty available dropping out the bottom of the new-lease market and your diesel will go a long way toward covering the deposit. They’re keen to keep new ish second hand electrics moving so there are decent deals available.
I have a track record of only ever meeting boyfriends at festivals, so haven’t had to stress over Tinder… some of the messages my (girl) friends get are HORRENDOUS. Like I’m not a prude, but they’re just awful – makes me wonder why a man thinks it’s acceptable to ask certain things via message, when I highly doubt they’d do it so brazenly in a pub or supermarket (although there are of course the exceptions!).
However I do have one close friend who met his girlfriend on Tinder, following their first date (trying to break into Glasto), they’ve been together for almost four years.
Ronald Reagan was widely believed to have suffered from the early stages of dementia during his second term, but it was never (officially) spotted.
Trump has actually compared himself to Reagan saying that he, like Reagan, is having to deal with “fake news” that he has the early signs of dementia.
Drawing that comparison certainly seems like something less than genius on Trump’s part, given how widely it is believed that Reagan was showing early signs of dementia during his second term and that he was indeed diagnosed with Alzheimer’s after leaving office.