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citizenB last won the day on March 16 2018

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  1. Not sure if this is the place to post this, please move to suitable section if not. I wanted to send a message to someone this morning only to keep being told my inbox was full. This should not have been the case as I emptied it a few months ago. Messages received... "Used 3476% messenger storage". Along with another message saying I have over 1,738 messages (going back over 10 years ?) with a limit of 50 messages ??? It is going to take me ages to delete all these as you can only delete 25 messages in one go !! I also noticed a message at the bottom of this post saying I have used up all the available attachment space ? "You have used 138.68 MB of your 48.83 MB attachment limit." Again this should not be so because I had deleted all attachments a while back.
  2. I would have thought that if we keep the food we produce instead of sending it to Europe, then this will correct, HB. I think supermarkets and the like are encouraging panic buying - you only have to notice shopper habits when there is a bank holiday and the likelihood of a store closing for more than 24 hours to give their staff a break lol.
  3. Stories like the following are fuelling the scaremongering about running out of food ? https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/nov/18/uk-running-out-of-food-warehouse-space-as-no-deal-brexit-fears-rise https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/nov/27/no-deal-brexit-amazon-blamed-uk-lack-of-food-warehouse-space https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/uk-news/brits-buying-up-brexit-boxes-15677814 https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/brexit/8211660/tesco-buys-up-freezers-to-stockpile-extra-food-for-no-deal-brexit/ I have never seen the need to import food stuffs - we managed before joining the EEC... !
  4. I think it is probably safer to pay by credit card for online purchases - they seem to be able to have your money refunded very quickly if there is a problem- whereas with debit cards there seems to be a different system. This company does not seem to be very popular judging by the reviews !
  5. They will probably try to excuse this by saying their rents and other costs are higher by having plots on the station !
  6. Looks like I am late again to the Party. Well done RMW for sticking with this - great result.
  7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_day This is all I could find in respect of your Business/Working Day query. From what I read, there is no difference. However could not track down anything to differentiate between a 'Planned' or 'Arranged' overdraft.
  8. I know that Hermes do look at this forum so I am not sure why you have advised above that you told them you took the blade out and us that it was still attached !. I guess in a way, if the blade was not in the package then I too would argue that item was no longer a sharp object !! I am not sure where you go from here.
  9. I thought Buxton was spring water - so I guess if I were ever in this position again, I would still need to filter the bottled water ! What a bother lol. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3084016/Is-bottled-water-better-tap-investigation-surprise-save-small-fortune.html I just found this, it doesn't help either !
  10. Just remember to get a shift on with the claim - after August this year, you wont be able to make a claim.
  11. And the toilet pan lol
  12. Didn't know where to post this - please move if there is a more appropriate section I was without mains water for a couple of weeks whilst building works were taking place. For drinking water, tea, coffee etc I purchased huge amounts of Buxton Bottled water. I would normally use a water filter for tap water because of the lime scale - but didn't for the bottled water - within a week the scale in the kettle was so thick, it took 3 sachets of descaler to remove it ! I thought bottle water was filtered in some way, is this not so ?
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