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  1. Britain’s banks face the threat of a huge new PPI bill that could add billions of pounds to the £30bn already paid out in compensation, following a court ruling lauded by claims management companies as “hugely significant”. The case opens the door to a renewed claims bonanza as it suggests that even if the PPI policy was not mis-sold, the buyer may still be able to reclaim because the scale of the commissions paid were excessively high. While the ruling does not mean any more cash for people who have already received compensation, it may allow cases that have been rejected to be re
  2. Britain’s banks face the threat of a huge new PPI bill that could add billions of pounds to the £30bn already paid out in compensation, following a court ruling lauded by claims management companies as “hugely significant”. The case opens the door to a renewed claims bonanza as it suggests that even if the PPI policy was not mis-sold, the buyer may still be able to reclaim because the scale of the commissions paid were excessively high. While the ruling does not mean any more cash for people who have already received compensation, it may allow cases that have been rejected to be rec
  3. Grave of a Seaforth Highlander rededicated 100 years after he was killed in World War 1 READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/grave-of-a-seaforth-highlander-rededicated-100-years-after-he-was-killed-in-world-war-1
  4. 100 Day Countdown to UK Armed Forces Day 2018 READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/100-day-countdown-to-uk-armed-forces-day-2018
  5. 100 years on, Defence Secretary and members of the Armed Forces attend Passchendaele commemorations READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/100-years-on-defence-secretary-and-members-of-the-armed-forces-attend-passchendaele-commemorations
  6. Service marks 100 years of women’s contribution to UK Armed Forces READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/service-marks-100-years-of-womens-contribution-to-uk-armed-forces
  7. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/100-years-of-the-tank-the-battle-of-flers-courcelette-remembered To all those Tankies past and present FEAR NAUGHT
  8. Hi, Firstly thanks for all the help and advice in the past, I have donated previously to help keep this fantastic resource continue it's good work. As the title says I was caught on speed camera on the M25 a few months back, I immediatly pleaded guilty as I knew on that day I was over the speed limit ( I am shocked by the amount though). You will read from my letter below why I was speeding, as I say in the letter it is no defence and completely agree it was wrong, it was the first time in years I had forgot my son's vital medicine, two large mistake's in a day
  9. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/british-battle-of-jutland-sailor-killed-100-years-ago-is-finally-honoured-after-his-grave-site-is-identified
  10. Britons travelling to the United States have been warned to check they have an e-passport, or risk being turned away. New rules requiring US visitors to have passports with a biometric trip came into force on 1 April. Tour operators have urged customers to check their passports. Biometric passports are identifiable on British passports by the camera logo at the bottom of the front cover, and have an embedded electronic chip holding the carrier's facial details, in a bid to combat fraud and forgery. Passports issued in the UK after October 2006 should have one of these l
  11. Oh yes please, bring it on! I have a wealth of knowledge & experience waiting to be unleashed to the traitors & bullies in society. They know who they are & I can't wait to exposed them. But do remember, all I offer is nothing but truth & it could get rough!
  12. I hope someone can help with the below. This is all new to me and it's making me very stressed! I was involved in an accident a month ago. This is my version of events. I drove down a slip road then joined a dual carriageway. Shortly after this I overtook the car in front. I checked mirrors and it was safe to change lanes. As I was moving into the lane I felt a collision take place. Looked in my rear view mirror and saw a car behind me. They have damage to their front passenger side wing (small car). I had a scuff on my rear driver side alloy (I have a 4x4) but no actual da
  13. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/children-starting-school-now-could-work-to-100-and-have-40-jobs-a6683266.html Some are predicting that people currently in school may have to work to 100. Not sure what they will be doing ! I can see the state pension age being increased gradually, as the numbers of people drawing money makes it too expensive. What i am doubting is the health of future generations as they are not as physically active, as past generations. Yes healthcare will improve, but there is an increase in dementia and things like diabetes. Also healthcare cost
  14. Hello All, Im just writing for a bit of advice if possible.. I'm 19 years old almost 20, and i work as a locksmith in a technical department also doing ordering and stock control, lately ive been gambling quite a lot, for the past 3 months and got myself in a bit of a bad way really, 3 months ago i upgraded my bank to a classic one, which allows me to deposit for gambling websites online, and the first month, i bet all my money away within a matter of days, I get payed on the 28th of each month and the money (£860) was probably gone in the best part of 3 da
  15. Hi guys, 14 months ago I was involved in an accident. Brief details are these - I was driving along a 30mph road at 30mph. Ahead of me was a car parked half-on, half-off the pavement, Directly in front of this car was the entrance to the other drivers driveway. As I passed the parked car, the other driver pulled out of his driveway. Actually he didnt just pull out but more flew out and hit the side of my vehicle with such force that it pushed me to the other side of the road and totally wrecked the front of his car ( bits all over the road). He came out so fast that once he had hit m
  16. I wonder if anyone else here has had occasion to buy BMW navigation DVDs online from naviupdates.co.uk? His site advertises with '100% satisfaction or your money back'. However, reality is that if the product doesn't work, it is your fault and no refund is available. Since the sums are relatively small, £29.99 in my case, it slips under the cover offered by the Credit card issuer. I have to be fair: the vendor sent three different DVDs before I finally asked for a refund. I would be very interested in any suggestions of how I could get satisfaction?
  17. Hi I am trying to obtain some help for some close friends who naively accepted a 100% interest only mortgage about 8 years ago with no capitol repayment plan put in place. They bought the property in Scotland at peak price period. It is a sought after area outside Glasgow 5 min walk to a station with a 15 min commute into Glasgow City Centre. The area has been a low turnover in regards to property sales but downside has been an elderly population who have lived there all their lives. Over the last five years a significant number of properties have hit the market from deceased or el
  18. http://news.sky.com/story/1373772/e-cigarettes-linked-to-more-than-100-fires
  19. Hi all I recently took Harrow Council and Newlyn (bailiffs) to the small claims court, pursuing a refund for the surprise clamping of my car (I received no letters despite the bailiffs claiming to have sent them, and producing evidence of them). I paid to release the clamp and then filed out of time (and in time) statutory declarations, which were validated. The orders were therefore revoked. At court, I was successful at getting Harrow to refund the driving fines (2 x £202) but the judge was unable to find in my favour for the return of bailiff fees. The bailiff fees were
  20. Hi, I'm looking for some advice as to where I stand on this issue. 3 Months ago I was at a Petrol Station filling my vehicle, I was parked in front of a gentleman already filling and paying. When he returned to his vehicle and I went to go to pay, he drove between my car and the adjacent pump; scratching my bumper beyond the paint, and shunting my car forward. I have gathered the CCTV footage from the forecourt, third party admits being present but denies 'crashing' into my vehicle - unfortunately the CCTV is facing forward (at the bonnet) and this collision occurred fr
  21. I imagine those in England could also exploit this loophole ! http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/100000-scots-to-cash-in-on-bedroom-tax-loophole.20243112
  22. E.ON has been forced to stump up £1.7million by energy regulator Ofgem after it admitted overcharging customers following price rises and incorrectly imposing exit fees when they decided to leave. The energy firm is refunding £1.4million to 94,000 customers who were affected by the errors – the pay-outs will only amount to an average of £15 each. It has also agreed to pay £300,000 to a fund that works to maximise the income of older people run by Age UK. The gas and electricity supplier said a computer error had occurred on its systems after price rises in 2008 and 2011, which led to some cust
  23. Read more : http://www.credittoday.co.uk/article/14530/online-news/debt-buyers-office-closures-to-affect-100-jobs-
  24. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-2180031/100-000-homeowners-set-default-mortgages.html
  25. Thousands were left out of pocket yesterday after the Royal Bank of Scotland was at the centre of a new computer meltdown. About 100,000 customers of Thinkbanking, whose accounts are held by RBS, did not have their balances updated because of a technical problem. The hitch came a fortnight after the RBS computer breakdown left millions of customers of NatWest, owned by RBS, unable to access their cash. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2170378/Second-RBS-glitch-hits-bank-s-savers-100-000-customers-balances-updated.html#ixzz203dwi900
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