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    romski - out of interest at what point would you claim it back? £10? £30?

    As a student with a maxed-out overdraft I'd happily claim back a fiver. They all add up, and personally I think your interviewer is more likely to think you're a fool for refusing "free money" legitimately offered to you than boring or tight if you claim it. It's 20 seconds to fill out a form and attach a receipt - it's hardly scouring the pavements collecting dropped coppers.
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    (Original post by romski)
    nope not a trader,
    yep tired of hearing you winge about £5
    how have you come to that conclusion anyway i bet its less than £5 breakdown please
    maybe it was a trap - if you claim your £5 expenses your obviously a boring ****
    Can you NOT read? I was talking about the £15-18... but your brain is stuck on the £5

    I am a boring **** regardless.

    Anyway, end this discussion please.
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    Claim everything. Thats what the expenses system is there for.
 
 
 
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