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  1. New flu vaccine available this winter for those aged 65 and over READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-flu-vaccine-available-this-winter-for-those-aged-65-and-over
  2. Hi All I have now received 3 letters in the last two weeks for a small 'debt' by Lowell on behalf of EDF. This supposed debt (£71.15) on the letter for 'outstanding balance' states a date range between '22.5.13 to 4.6.15 ( this was the entire term of my account with EDF I believe.) These letters arrived out of the blue. The account for utilities at EDF which ended at April '15 I think judging by old emails I have. Ive had no letters or other communications from EDF in the last 5 years that Im aware of about this alleged debt. Surely this must be some kind of fishing trip?
  3. Hello, Any advice would be greatly appreciated on this matter. As a younger man I got myself into a myriad of debt issues. This resulted in a debt management plan via Payplan being instructed when things got out of hand. This ran for about 5 years but ended in 2013 when I got severely ill and let all my finances collapse. I'm now better and trying to rebuild things but it seems every now and then I get a chancer trying to chase an old debt that may not have been fully paid by the time debt management plan fell apart. One company also has managed to get a charge on my house alre
  4. News has just come in. http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-40018422
  5. someone just sent me this by email New Alphabet: A is for apple, and B is for boat, That used to be right, but now it won’t float! Age before beauty is what we once said, But let's be a bit more realistic instead. Now The “new “Alphabet: A is for arthritis; B’s the bad back, C's the chest pains, perhaps car-di-ac? D is for dental decay and decline, E is for eyesight, can't read that top line! F is for fissures and fluid retention, G is for gas which I'd rather not mention. H high blood pressure--I'd rather it low; I for incisions with scars you can sho
  6. My tale is a familiar one for many BT customers so I will not go into too much detail other than to say that my home experienced a significant telephone line fault in Dec’13. It took several weeks (and so/too many phone calls; repeating the issue time and time again) for BT to acknowledge that I had waited too long and that an attempted repair, the following month (some 3-4 weeks later), would be a good idea. After a very frustrating telephone trail, I eventually was contacted by an escalations team who appeared helpful at first; arranging for engineer’s to visit.
  7. My favourite singer of all time. R.I.P. Lynsey Link
  8. Hi all, I am looking for some advice regarding two loans that my mother seems to have been paying forever. Unfortunately she does not have any paperwork regarding these loans, from the TSB. I directed her some time ago about PPI, she followed the cliaims process but was basically told that it doest apply to her. When she was discussing this on the phone with,I presume, someone at her bank they informed her that her loans were taken out in 2001 and 2004 respectively. Now, my mother only ever took a loan out for £3000, possibly £4000 MAX . She has been making monthly payments of £54 on one loan
  9. The Professionals star Lewis Collins has died aged 67, his agent said. The actor, who played Bodie in the crime drama alongside co-star Martin Shaw, died in Los Angeles yesterday after a five-year struggle with cancer. Link: http://www.itv.com/news/update/2013-11-28/the-professionals-actor-lewis-collins-dies-aged-67/
  10. Hi all, new here, I've had a look around and con't seem to find the answer to this one so was wondering if someone could help me. My credit report now has one aged debt approaching the 6 year period and is due to be removed next month This will leave my credit report blank apart from my mobile and Vigin media accounts. Once this final account has 'aged off' Where do I stand when it come to applying for credit ? Does my credit report look empty (and therefore bad) to prospective lenders or is there some type of footprint that shows me as being a risk despite no longer havin
  11. Evening I am trying to search for Govt grants to help cover the costs of re-configuring a property. Relative has dementia. Spouse is sole carer - and it is really too much work for them. I want to get financial help to convert relative's existing home to make it more user-friendly for them and their spouse. There is currently no downstairs toilet/bathroom. Soon relative will no longer be able to get upstairs to sleep or bathe. I would like to reconfigure parking and garage space beneath relative's house to add a bedroom, bathroom and toilet. There are already two roo
  12. Hi, I'm looking for some advice for my Dad please, about this new poor man's tax. He lives in a 3rd floor, 2 bed flat and received the Bedroom tax letter. As he is 60 years old would he be exempt from this? (Sorry if that seems a silly question, I've no idea about benefits) He had a stroke last year and because of this had to stop his job (carpenter) so has since then been receiving DLA and help with his rent. He has been on the housing list since the stroke, as he has trouble climbing 4 flights of stairs to his home, so would gladly move. Like many people, he is already strugglin
  13. General Norman Schwarzkopf who commanded allied forces in the 1991 Gulf war has died at the age of 78 in Tampa, Florida. Schwarzkopf, who was given the nickname of Stormin' Norman, led the invasion of Iraq and expelled Saddam Hussein's Iraqi forces from Kuwait in 1991. More: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/dec/28/general-norman-schwarzkopf-dies-stormin-norman
  14. Hi Is it possible to reclaim PPI on a motgage which was paid off, a business loan again paid off and 2 credit cards, both went into default in 1987, the mortgage and business loan was paid up in Feb 2001. Or is it too late ? AG
  15. Actor Herbert Lom, best known for playing Charles Dreyfus in the Pink Panther films, has died aged 95. The Czech-born, London-based actor starred opposite Peter Sellers in several films as Inspector Clouseau's irritable boss. Lom appeared in more than 100 films during his 60-year acting career, including such classics as The Ladykillers, Spartacus and El Cid. His family said he died peacefully in his sleep on Thursday. Lom also portrayed Napoleon Bonaparte on two occasions. One of them came in the 1956 screen adaptation of Tolstoy's War And Peace, also starring Audrey Hepburn and Henry
  16. A true gent in the music world. Sleep piecefully and thank you.
  17. Weeks away from celebrating his 90th birthday. Topped the London Palladium bill dozens of timesB eloved entertainer awarded OBE in 1982 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2196740/Veteran-entertainer-Max-Bygraves-dies-aged-89-battle-Alzheimers.html#ixzz25DtBjaYy
  18. That really is sad, one of my favourite groups of all time: R.I.P. Big boy - you brought a lot of pleasure to a lot of people and will be sadly missed not least by me.
  19. Another great actor has passed away. Actor who won an Oscar for his role as Marty in the 1955 film of the same name had a 60-year career in film and television. http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/jul/09/ernest-borgnine-dies-aged-95
  20. Eric Sykes, one of Britain's best-loved comedy actors and writers, has died at the age of 89, his manager has said. "Eric Sykes, 89, star of TV, stage and films, died peacefully this morning after a short illness," said Norma Farnes. "His family were with him." Sykes found fame in a series of TV sitcoms from the 1950s, including Sykes And A... alongside Hattie Jacques. Sir Bruce Forsyth paid tribute to the star, calling him "one of the greats of comedy in this country". "He was universally loved here," the entertainer continued. "He was just one of the funniest men ever." Comedian St
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