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  1. Hi, the boiler installed in the flat started to loose pressure in March, we notified it to the landlord and, due to he wasn't able to explain us how to refill it, he send a builder to check it. The builder checked the system and find that the valve under the sink to open the circuit was missing, so he used a wrench to open it, and refill the boiler. He checked his tools and said "i'm sorry i don't have a valve fits this junction, this pipe is too old. Don't worry it shouldn't happen again. If it happens again there should be a leak in the system". We reported to the landlord und
  2. Hey, A bit of background: After I hit 80 kg (176 lbs) [btw I'm 1.78cm] I decided to start exercising. I found a nice dumbbell + PU + crunches plan and will try to stick to it. Before that I was on keto (when loosing weight) or on a low carb diet (loosing slower/ maintaining). Now my question: Are there any reasons to stay on low carb when trying go build muscles? Are there any downsides on a low carb diet? From what I understand It probably doesn't matter as long as I get enough protein, but I want to make sure I didn't miss anything. Thanks for helping out
  3. On Monday 31/03/14 I went into work like I would do any normal day, I put my stuff away went to clock in an I was called into office, My manager sat me down and said to me " Abi, You don't seem right for the job (after 4months of being there) I think its best we end it here, You will be paid for the next week, but you don't have to work it, take it off" So that was it, in work for 10am back out and on my way home by 10:25 I text my ex manager yesterday to see when I would get a formal letter from the company saying I no longer work for them, when the weeks wage would get paid to
  4. I run a guide unit and have been threatened with loosing hall we meet because of new promise (not going in to that here) and had a letter from PCC saying we have to pay £18 p/h for 52 weeks a year. we don't meet 52 weeks. We have an agreement at the moment with them which doesn't mention the promise. They sent us this as part of reasons why While we respect the changes that Girlguiding have made, under the 1993 Charities Act we are bound that any disposal (sale or letting) of the church hall must be at full market value. It then continued to say that exemption from the 1993 A
  5. Hi there I don’t know where to put this or were to start but you guysin the past have served me well Ive recently split with my fiancé after 8 years When we met we were both bargain basement (desperate for oursaviours) we picked each other up and put each other back together I truly love loved her but the chemistry from me to her was alwayslacking if she was my ideal i would have married her She did want to marry me but i always held back 2 years ago my dad passed away and she was there for me wheni needed her she has been exelent to my 2 children and i have
  6. The council pays my rent on a private rented property for me, and my children. My dad agreed to be guarantor for the property when i moved in almost 3 years ago. I have never missed a payment. My father retires in April 2013 and obviously doesn't want to be guarantor of the property any more. Ideally i do not want to move house, and disrupt my children, however my landlady when we got house nearly 3 years ago required this. Is there anyway i can stay here without this? What options do i have? Is it all down to talking to landlady? or is there some legal jargon somew
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