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  1. Sharing a plate of food leads to more successful negotiations - Dinner diplomac.pdf
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  4. Yes - the search was good for me too.
  5. I think that dues to your length of service, that you could be dismissed. On one hand it seems a little unfair to ask you do do this kind of training unpaid. ON the other hand I don't really understand why you wouldn't want to do it. It is a very useful skill. It is useful to put it down on your CV if you are looking for another job and it can be very satisfying of you have been the only person who was able to help someone who had just suffered an accident while every one was standing around gawking and not knowing what to do. I think that they way that they see it - paying for your training etc is not a bad point of view.
  6. Someone did tell me but it was long before Martin Lewis found about the site and started to publicise it on his site. However, I do agree that Martin Lewis has sent a lot of people here but I have noticed that an awful lot of people seem to think that the bank charges campaign was Martin Lewis' idea. It definitely wasn't.
  7. I'm interested to know just what has Martin Lewis got to do with this?
  8. Down and out

    OFT

    Sorry, what does it say in Halsbury?
  9. I sued Lloyds about 3 or 4 years ago and they caved in before filing a defence. I threatened them with the same treatment a couple of years ago and they caved in before I even issued the claim.
  10. Yes, I have dealt with Lloyds Bank before. Theyare just as nasty as the rest and just as incompetent - although I expect that as more people challenge them, the banks will start to become a bit cleverer than they have been so far. My first case a few years ago, they settled before the deadline for submitting their defence. "Goodwill" Second time was just opver a year ago. I sent an email before action and they settled before my deadline. I am getting ready to take action against them again. I would be very interested to see their defence to your action and to know how you get on. But don't worry - you're not alone and that old black horse is going to get his come-uppance!
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