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  1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/dame_janet_smith Before even reading the report, I think the cost summary says a lot about the BBC Review costs Costs from the Dame Janet Smith Review and GoodCorporation Review of BBC child protection and whistleblowing policies can be found below. Breakdown of costs: Reed Smith (fees and disbursements): £5.4m Dame Janet Smith and Dame Linda Dobbs: £724,000 BBC Costs: £405,000 Witness Legal Costs: £6,000 Total costs: £6.5m* BBC Trust costs (external legal support): £78,614.62 (excl VAT)**
  2. Its been almost a year since I took up Hastings Direct insurance and discovered they immediately turned my 17 years no claims discount into 9 years. I complained and was told I would not lose any discount despite their systems only logging up to 9 years, and despite a number of reports here that customers who did not notice that Hastings had truncated their NCD DID lose their NCD above 9 years. The renewal of my fully comp (which apparently isn't actually what I understand as fully comp with Hastings I have since discovered) with 17 years protected no claims at taking it out is being shown on the document as 9 years NCD. Luckily I haven't had to make a claim and hence be sold of to some third party shyster company to inflate costs and require me to sign credit agreements for cover that should be included in a fully comp policy ..... Lets see what happens for me.
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