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  1. Hi all thanks for all the help so far. I intend on posting this letter today so any further help would be amazing.
  2. Thanks all for your help. Really appreciate it. I noticed in the thread you pointed out he rang rather then sending the statement. Is this something I should consider? Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Thanks. I accept your point on saying show you have taken action through buying an annual pass already, but I'm worried if I put that, they may ask for proof which I don't have. So I've left it out of the revised draft below, but let me know if i'm being stupid. Revised draft: (Changes in bold) Dear Sir/Madam, I offer my most sincere apologise for my shameful actions in this case. In all other circumstances of my life, I had until this point - upheld a strong degree of integrity and character. As a young lady starting out my career, a criminal record would completely devas
  4. Hello,, Today I received a notice of intention to prosecute from Govia Thameslink Railway after an incident on Northern Rail back in January. I am extremely extremely worried about this incident and it is causing me great upset. I have read around on this forum and have prepared my response below to the notice of intended prosecution, please can you offer any advice on what I should / should not included and also indicate what the repercussions of this could be? Is there anything else I should do like ringing them etc? Any help is massively appreciated! RESPONSE
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