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  1. I work as a security guard on a site for £7.50 per hour and I have been there for just over five months. I work alone on a permanent night pattern of four on four off, twelve hour shifts. There is only me on the site and when I am off the other guard works. My elderly mother is going in to hospital for an operation, and I need a week off to look after her when she comes out. I emailed my manager to explain this, when he emailed me back he said he needed a copy of my mothers hospital operation letter, so that it can be kept on file. Is it right that he can ask for this as it
  2. I have experienced whereby the actions of my workplace union have precluded me from being able to proceed to Employment Tribunal. Consequently, I am left with only the option of filing a personal injury claim against my employer, which the union will not take forward on my behalf. The union has acknowledged wrongdoing, placing blame squarely at the door of their local representative and citing a lack of knowledge as the reason for the error. Can anyone recommend the services of a competent legal firm with whom they've had success in this area?
  3. I have received a letter "Enforcement Process Commenced for a penalty charge notice to Birmingham City Council for which I know nothing about. I am now stressed wondering whats its all about. The NOtice of enforcement says I owe BCC £97 but sum outstanding is £407. A warrant was issued 08-10-15 which I have never received or even know whats its for. How can I get a stop put to this while I find out much more information about whats going on and why I have never received any other correspondence or court papers? Please give link to relevant document/proc
  4. Hi there, I've been on the Work Program for about a month, they're useless, but it's something I can put up with. For reference I only claim standard JSA. But that said, I've been sent (via post) of an action that I never actually made any formal agreement to. So I wonder, are WP providers legally able to make applications to anything (job fairs, training courses, or even actual jobs) without discussing them with you and without you agreeing to it? And what would be the best course of action to challenge (or prevent) any of these that possibly come up in the future? Cheer
  5. we had a visit from a bailiff the other day and he clamped the car outside. the warrant was for driving in a bus lane! The offence was not committed by me. I would like to know the new laws and the new powers that the bailiff have. The bailiff had clamped the car and put a levy letter through the letter box. my partner sat in the car and said she was not getting out of the car as she said she had written to the council to appeal. The bailiff called the police and they turned up. The bailiff showed them a piece of paper with this 68 (1) A person is gui
  6. Hi all, I joined Virgin Active gym few months back, and after 2 months of joining I left because I ended up not going because of loss of interest and the price, so I cancelled the DD (the contract was for 6 months), and like a week later I received a letter from them demanding the money, and they sent me a few text messages too. After a few more weeks I received a letter from ARC demanding me to pay £210, they keep calling me constantly, sometimes like 10 calls; one after the other, which I ignored. After couple more weeks ARC sent another letter threatening court actions if the
  7. I am part way through a claim for Psychological damage in the workplace, which is being funded via a CFA. I have seen one expert witness, whose report was very favourable to me, with regard to the cause of my mental health. The defendants have now requested that I see an expert witness appointed by themselves, which is due to take place shortly, and I am happy to do so. The mental health team, who have been working with me for the last 3 years, are confident that the 2nd expert witness will not find an alternative reason for my illness, either via my medical notes or discussion with myself.
  8. Hi, I am renting a flat under Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement. I am not sure my deposit is protected by the landlord. I asked my agent for the same but got no response. I read some where that I can take the landlord to the court. I would like to know whether it is possible to file a case in the court while my tenancy has not ended yet? Thanks
  9. I was driving on a country road when my drivers side tyre burst. All my tyres were in good condition. After a violent swerve along the hedge, it was too dangerous to stop on the narrow winding road so I drove on for half a mile, then changed the tyre. the original tyre was completely stripped and the wheel damaged. there was major damage to the wheel hub and the garage have just told me the supension is damaged too The insurance company are implying that the tyre was illegally worn and i am very concerned that they will not pay but the damage to the tyre was due to driving too somewhere sa
  10. I mentioned this in another thread that I had started and was advised that it was worthy of raising as a separate issue in this section. Ross and Roberts debt for council tax. I gave them a walking possession last year, plus £300 up front and agreed to pay £150 a month, which I can afford. However, I paid it via the Internet (their web site) and was a couple of days late. About a week after that payment, they turned up and said that even though I was up to date , they were terminating the agreement and now wanted £1,600 odd or they would take away my car and
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