Our expert says:
If they can't tell you what good plans they have for you, they have none.
OK, maybe they felt you were essential to fixing what the other person messed up, because they know you're capable of doing that well. Maybe they are indeed focussing more on the new employees knowing they can rely on you to do your job. But there's no sound of progression, of ways in which you can learn new skills and grow.
Daughters, bio or adopted, get treated better than this, and with a view to their own best long-term interests.
Sounds reasonable to want to leave -but maybe also have a word with a labour lawyer - I'm sure they are in breach of regulations in not having a formal contract, and you may need help to be sure you are properly treated when you leave
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