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cjcregg last won the day on December 14 2018

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  1. If you use your mobile for both personal and business use it's likely you should still receive the protection of the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations. The legislation provides that a contract must have been provided (either pre-contract or at the point of sale) in a durable medium (ie in actual writing in a lasting format). From what you've said it doesn't sound like you were provided with it. Read the guidance at section G. It's a nifty piece of legislation. bis-13-1368-consumer-contracts-information-cancellation-and-additional-payments-regulations-guid.pdf
  2. It's entertaining but if like me you're more interested in the facts then the best Watergate documentary is "United States vs. Nixon" which is part of CNN miniseries The Seventies.
  3. Indeed. So he's now going before a Senate committee chaired by a Republican rather than a House committee chaired by a Democrat. Go figure.
  4. One of the committees have issued a subpoena on him.
  5. No he's not and he would have been too constrained with stepping on the Mueller investigation to have made it at all interesting in any event.
  6. In my view you are wasting your time writing letters requesting information. You need to make a formal complaint on the basis that regardless of what level of fees you may or may not have agreed to, they cannot charge more than the 20% cap. They will know full well that if they don't agree to reduce it, the Legal Ombudsman will order them to if & when you take the complaint to them. I don't buy that the contract is generally unenforceable. This is not an unfair term which renders a contract void, it's just the wrong fee quoted and the contract is quite capable of performing (and did in fact perform well) if you establish the correct fee.
  7. CMC charges were capped at 20% by law effective July this year https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cmr-special-bulletin-new-fee-cap-measures/cmr-special-bulletin-new-fee-cap-measures
  8. CMC charges were capped at 20% by law effective July this year https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cmr-special-bulletin-new-fee-cap-measures/cmr-special-bulletin-new-fee-cap-measures
  9. It was the will of the people who got us into this mess. Our democracy works on the basis that we elect members of parliament to make complicated decisions on our behalf yet the then government abdicated its responsibility and left it to the likes of Mrs Miggins at number 39 to decide something that the public were hopelessly incapable of understanding the consequences of. The referendum was democracy for democracy's sake. Had the decision been left to parliament, as it should have, it would have voted no.
  10. Plevin wasn't about mis-selling but that high levels of undisclosed commission amounted to an unfair relationship. It means that those who previously unsuccessfully complained about mis-selling can complain again as the grounds are different.
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    Syria

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/your-misinformation/201711/the-characteristics-the-conspiracist
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    Syria

    Given that the strike sites are off limits to the Western media and that the Syrians themselves are hardly likely to broadcast the existence of chemical weapons on their own turf, you might be waiting a while.
  13. You include the claim filing fee in your claim but not the hearing fee, which if you win you will automatically be awarded. You can claim loss of income for attending the hearing and you should include it in a costs schedule and file it with the court BEFORE the hearing.
  14. He should have provided you with the contract terms & conditions in a durable medium (ie in writing). Referring you to the terms & conditions on his website does not comply with The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Payments) Regulations 2013. See at 16.1 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/429300/bis-13-1368-consumer-contracts-information-cancellation-and-additional-payments-regulations-guidance.pdf
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