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  1. What action did you take, following the letter that was uploaded as a pdf?
  2. 4 hours he left between arrival and flight departure... not the 6 hours he initially said. He caught the 09:55 from Plymouth, due to arrive at Heathrow at 14:25 - plenty of time for his 18:40 flight. Ended up arriving at Heathrow at 2300 last night, and didn't bother getting a hotel, just slept on the floor of the airport. Had to rebook a flight, and was on a plane at 7am this morning. He has got travel insurance, which I will go over with him when he gets back. It has an excess and a £500 limit though - so his preference is to claim back from NE if possible. 3 hours broken do
  3. Hi, Currently, a member of my family is sat on a broken down coach, which is supposed to have arrived at Heathrow. He has missed his flight, and will have to try and book one for tomorrow. According to the conditions of carriage: http://www.nationalexpress.com/help-and-advice/about-us/conditions-of-carriage.aspx and He allowed 6 hours between scheduled arrival and the flight departure. Would a hotel room at Heathrow overnight be considered a reasonable and foreseeable loss?
  4. What Becky said, but with added expletives. I don't suppose he put any of this in writing did he?
  5. So they signed a contract until 13th August - that is what the landlord is holding them to. At the end of the original year period, it becomes an AST, which is a rolling monthly contract.
  6. Hi, I'm hoping someone can offer some help! (and sorry it is so long - I don't want to dripfeed) In January, I moved into a new build property. I contacted my previous suppliers (SSE) and asked them to move my account over to my new property - a simple process, I hoped. I was wrong! In March they came back to me to say that they couldn't take over my account, as British Gas had me classified as a business address. I then spoke to British Gas Business - advised them that the house is indeed residential, that I wanted it corrected to show this and a bill so I can pay my balance wi
  7. Why did you offer to go halves, if you think he is to blame?
  8. Before I finally quit after many attempts, I was very sceptical about the NHS services and quitting - I foolishly thought that it offered no value and wouldn't help me. I was very wrong. It was the smoke free service that got me over the final hurdle. Financially, you can get stop smoking products on prescription, which is significantly cheaper than purchasing them normally. I used gum, lozenges, inhalators and patches - not all at the same time, I alternated between them and found what I preferred in different circumstances. I found that patches worked well to dull cravings during
  9. I'm not seeing how this is inappropriate... You initialised the conversation on social media - a public site, but are unwilling to tell Barclays the issue to let them resolve in the same public area? They aren't the rude party in all this, in my opinion.
  10. Very much a poor attempt at a cloned website. Clicking on the addresses on the contact me page takes you to the addresses of capdef!
  11. When you shutdown, your laptop will 'switch off' all the memory in each of the components of your laptop. When you then switch it on, it completes something called POST (Power On Self Test) - so effectively it is restarting your graphics adapters etc and testing that they are operational. When you restart, it keeps memory state etc for the components, so they aren't rebooting - which is why you are noticing a difference in behaviour between shutdown and restart.
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