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  1. Hello Db If I may, may I make a suggestion Just leave it now until the decision has been issued - Apple is on a point scoring exercise today in attempt to recover from yesterdays humiliation being the revelation that after a year Apple admitted he/she was wrong about something. Apple is merely attempting to push a point today that is unrelated to the topic of this thread or for that matter the actual application to the property chamber. Whilst ignoring the obvious facts. Please leave Apple to do their Sam Cooke and Chubby Checker impressions of twist'n everything, until the
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  2. Wouldn't it be easier to simply ask for a reference?
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  3. Medical evidence? Send them a used plaster.
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  4. Hi sue I think you'll need to pursue a complaint with Vodafone first, to demonstrate that they've had an opportunity to put matters right. http://www.vodafone.co.uk/accessibility-services/ There is also a Vodafone rep on this site who can look into your complaint.
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  5. Care work is not a regulated industry in this respect and there is no legal obligation on the old employer to provide a full reference. Where the new employer does have a regulatory obligation is to perform the required DBS checks alongside any information provided by the old employer. Have you actually had a conversation with your old employer to see what they would be willing to provide? Is there a manager there or a senior colleague that would provide a supplementary reference to go with the employer's basic reference? I understand the dilemma, but feel that your new employer is b
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