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  1. Just as a thought, since RBS and Lloyds Banking Group are primarily owned by the government, can we not petition the PM to act to stop these 2 from pursuing this using what is actually taxpayers money? (or are RBS using Freddies pension fund?)
  2. I'm going to take it to the PC doctor I think. Car passed it's mot so that's a bonus. Thanks for trying to help
  3. The disk says Fujitsu Siemens product recovery cd-rom Windows XP home edition-SP2 There is a code on it FSP:RCDWXPHUK008 520 000865 CRC:AC74D17E Answer to the secnd question is - very important
  4. It still isn't working. It's a Fujitsu Siemens Scaleo-T with XP if that helps anyone. The wifes car has gone for it's MOT today so I don't really want to be paying someone to fix my computer as well!
  5. it won't start in safe mode. I have the recovery disc. what next. (PS for hilary - I'm on the lappy that santa bought me)
  6. I had a power cut yesterday and when I tried to switch my pc back on it offered me all sorts of options to start it - last known good configuration, safe mode, safe mode with networking and start windows normally. Problem is it doesn't do any of them it just keeps trying to restart and going back to the same screen. Any ideas cos this little notebook is doing my head in!
  7. Snowing very hard in Notts. Didn't do the 20 miles to work cos the roads are crap and I didn't want to get there to be told to go home. It seems that Mansfield DC have run out of salt so that's the roads knackered till it thaws then!
  8. And of course the All Blacks look dead hard sticking their tongues out like a bunch of 2 year olds;)
  9. I have been advised by my GP not to go waving my hanky about in public places for at least another week so the world is safe from me and my morris dancing until I recover from the man flu
  10. I take it everyone is ignoring the "newsworthy" story of the woman who couldn't afford to buy Christmas presents for her kids so blew her last fiver (a likely story!) on a scratchcard and won a million quid. Reporting that in every newspaper will only encourage people with little money to go and spend their last few quid on the lottery. That said, at the end of the day it's down to the individual what they do with their money. Advertising is advertising, makes no difference whether its for bingo or Fairy Liquid.If you are susceptible to advertising you will fall for it!
  11. From the OP, there was no attempt to reduce the stats or access other than within a publicised and common trading policy. There was no attempt to deny him his statutory rights
  12. I wouldn't often say this but thats b****cks BW The traders that chose to open on Boxing Day did so within the law as defined in the Sunday Trading Act 1994, which also applies to Statutory Public Holidays. If the stores had chosen to put staff before profit we wouldn't have opened in the first place but the fact that we did tells a story. Bottom line is, we don't have to do anything unless it is required by law, no matter how many people whinge
  13. OK - you come and stand in a queue for over an hour while I get run ragged trying to sort out every whinger in town. By the time you get to the front, you're stressed, I'm stressed and everyone within about a 3 mile radius is stressed. Not good for customer relations. Tesco did advertise the policy, as did every other major retailer in the country. The idea is to stagger the influx of returns to a manageable level. As has been pointed out, it's over now so move on!
  14. They haven't. They didn't refuse a refund, they offered one at a different time. Not illegal at all as long as it was within a reasonable time. If the had said "come back at Easter" that would have been different.
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