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  1. Thanks for the reply Im a man but that is why the solicitor used it as a comparison, because your not allowed to have one rule for woman and another for men.
  2. Hi Guys I really could to with a bit of advice. I have used the surname A (we will call it that to help with the explanation....lol) all my life. Name A is on everything i need my name for on a regular basis (my birth certificate, driving licence, bank accounts, utility bills, doctors....etc). Now as a child my mum remarried and thought it a good idea in all her wisdom to ask the school to put a name B on my file. So when it came time for my national insurance number came it had the name B on it. Inland revenue said
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