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After my father died in 2006, I moved to the UK. In the meantime I worked as a private company clerk, managing a large number of companies in London.

I am a huge fan of the "mixed-use" approach to building an estate. In the UK's residential markets, it's often the case that a property is an "affordable" if it's built with a mixed-use plan and, rather than being "in a rush", is built with good planning. The best planning is often, in my case, a combination of the best planning and the best planning in the world. I've been fortunate to work with two great architects, Paul Revere and John Ward, to help define that model.

The mixed-use approach to building a property is also important in the UK's residential development sector. In my experience the biggest problem with mixed-use development is that it's often a "dodgy" place. And that's not always bad…

If you live in London and you're not happy with your home's layout and a lot of the details change from week to week, then you'll have to change your mindset. There is no "perfect" home. There are plenty of places that have great finishes, but the homes that are "perfect" are often "dodgy" and the homes that are "poor" have "poor" finishes.

What does that mean for you?

We live in a time when the first thing you do when you're planning a new home is to look at your own future. And I don't think this is about you. There are a lot of great designs in London and we all want to be part of that mix.

So what if you're having a hard time finding your place down there? Or you just want to see what your next step is going to be? If you're looking for a place to live, then consider this: if you're a "buyer" then you should know where that new home is going to be, but if you're a "sellers" you should know where it will end up. If you're looking to buy a house in a city where there are lots of lots of people, then it's probably best to pick a place that's "dobble with the rest of the UK".

This article was originally published on Medium.com.<|endoftext|>A woman from India is suing a Houston-area McDonald's in Federal Court over a complaint the chain received about a woman's alleged sexual assault of a man.

The woman, who did not want to be named because she is not a United States citizen, filed a lawsuit in September, alleging the chain mishandled the complaint and failed to report the sexual assault to the local police, KTRK reports.

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The woman is seeking $1 million, alleging that McDonald's discriminated against her because she was black, and that she was denied access to a restroom because of her race.

She also wants McDonald's to pay a $2,000 fine, and to give her a refund of any money she received.

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