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  1. I understand. What i don't understand is how the justice system arrived at this point in which criminals are vehemently protected and victims risk being sued for asking help from the justice system. It's all gone wrong. BTW, I don't think there's any doubt that she scraped her door against my mirror, unless incidentally at the same time she swung the door open, an ostrich lied an egg on my car and when she swung it again to shut it a velociraptor jumped on the roof. Her children will grow up thinking it is ok to damage others' properties and be smug about it. Many ti
  2. Shame! Shame that we have to be ashamed of shaming a criminal.
  3. Just venting out my frustration. This being scratched my mirror and walked away in October. I plastered facebook and local forums with her face. Today I saw her again in the same car park. Completely arrogant to the fact that she can go around damaging cars and get away with it. She arrogantly said that she knew nothing about it and drove off, but somehow she looked at my car 20 yards away as soon as I told her. Was with her daughter setting a great example for future generations. No worth reporting a scratch or insurance would double for next 5 years. Moaning over.
  4. I don't understand what link you want me to post. Brexit happened: if you want a link to this fact you really need help. I then made 2 predictions. There are no link to predictions because if they happen, they happen in the future. I was right with my prediction that Brexit would go ahead, you were wrong. Let's see my other 2 predictions, it will take 5 years for the first and 15 for the second.
  5. Brexit happened: FACT! Uk leaving nazist EU doesn't mean Uk people are stupid. Again you believe to be better than anyone else. You are not: FACT! Bye.
  6. Tobyjugg2, unfortunately most of my posts are censored, so i can't reply and will go away again as clearly i'm not welcome on this forum. You seem to talk down to everyone by using cut and paste rubbish and trying to show tha above us all. What you should look at is FACTS. First of all is the fact that you were convinced brexit would be stopped, i said it will go ahead. In case you don't know, Brexit happened, exactly as I told you. You were wrong but insist in saying that you are right. I made my 2 predictions and from your answers it is clear that you haven't g
  7. Sorry to reappear after a long pause. I just wanted to say: "I TOLD YOU!". Brexit has happened as I predicted and despite all the effort in stopping it. Now for the next 2 predictions: 1. In 5 years time our economy would've grown faster than any other European country. 2. In 15 years time the EU in its present form will cease to exist. See you later.
  8. I take it that your September payment is due now and for a couple of days they want to put everything together and close your file. Unfortunately whatever you do, the 3 October is early next week, so no time for anything. Just get at them on 04 October to get paid. Call every hour and escalate to higher manager at every call. If it is a large organisation go as high as the chain takes you otherwise you'll be forgotten until next payday at the end of October. If you sustained any charges for their late payment tell them that they must pay these charges and if they don
  9. I got worst since i joined cag and started reading about everyone being squeezed for money. LOL
  10. This is another trick. They offer you a settlement even though they're shutting down the limited company as i predicted. You drop the car and they don't pay you. In the mean time the car has been stripped and sold for parts, the limited company has folded and you are left dry. Your only hope is to start a section 75 as suggested or try to convince companies house not to strike off the company which is near impossible. The fact they have 60 cars for sale means nothing. They can sell them to a new limited company for £1000 each and use the money to pay wages.
  11. Lots of issues here. First of all you have to return the deposit to him and make him sign a receipt or protect the deposit and follow all the relevant procedure. Unfortunately even if he owes you money there is no way around it. You could let him sign the receipt and then give him a receipt covering the arrears: if he is naive he might accept this so no money would change hands. Secondly, you must make sure you're up to date with gas and electric certificates, epc, fire safety etc. Once all is ok and he is 2 months in arrears, you can serve a valid section 21 notice.
  12. So it's all done and dusted. Don't jump ahead of time, thinking about tribunals and being dismissed. A little recommendation for future reference: 1. Record all meetings with management, you never know when that recording will come handy. 2. If you can, always take someone with you, better if a union rep. 3. Don't trust anyone in the workplace, they can be blackmailed by management and they will think to save themselves rather than you. On this last point there are exceptions of course and in my life I have come across honourable colleagues and managers who don't le
  13. Ultimatum = 30 days Are you just winding us up??? And by the way, LEGALLY you must give them the money back, not just morally.
  14. No, you can't keep the money and the goods just because they made a mistake. Pay them back what's due.
  15. As far as i know that's the rule. So i don't understand how the business has managed to move court without your consent. Others might have an answer.
  16. If the claim is private individual against business, the case should be heard in your local court. Did you buy the dress under a business name or your own individual name?
  17. No, it's extremely unlikely that they will dismiss you, although not impossible. I have heard that some employers even sack staff like in the movies, "you're fired!" Fortunately this doesn't happen often, in fact I never had confirmation of such things. You should've received an invitation to a disciplinary meeting, in that there should be an explanation of why you're being called and possible outcome. i.e. misconduct, breached attendance policy. You might receive a final written warning. What does that letter say?
  18. It all depends from who your manager is and what company you work for. In my workplace (very large multinational) the super peetakers are the most respected. The rule seems to be that if you tell everyone challenging you that they are victimising you and then you do whatever you want, you get rewarded. So I joined this movement a long time ago but with a slight difference that I finish my work to requirement, no more, no less. Just because I like the job, not because I feel I must please them.
  19. You've done all that you could. The only thing i would ask is if you are in a union so to have some support. With regards to getting the doctors to sign you off for longer and avoid triggering a more serious warning, I say that no employer will help you, especially the large corporations, so if you are not 100% don't return to work. And if you must adhere to their nonsense policies to avoid a warning, unfortunately it's best to play their game than try to help them.
  20. Couple of things to point out. Council won't be interested in dog's poo in the caravan as it is private property. At best the h&s department would take a statement and pictures and if it happened again they would act. As the devil's advocate I would ask: 1. If you were so distressed to ask £4k compensation as suggested, why did you stay for the full length of the holiday? Is it because your complaint was addressed and caravan cleaned? 2. Bed bugs? Where are the evidence? Couldn't it be another insect's bite? Most of the world population occas
  21. That's something I would ask in writing to the council and get an answer in writing.
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