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  1. Hi, looking for some help please. Me and my wife purchased a Peugeot 207 on the 29/1/18 from a New and Used car dealer in Saxmundum near Ipswich .It was advertised on ebay as spares or repair so we contacted them to find out what problems it had, the dealer said we just put that on the advert as it has no warranty and selling on behalf of a customer, but it just needs 2 new tyres! After having the car for a few days we noticed something odd when accelerating from a cold start, the revs appear to drop for a second or so then go back to normal. We took the car back to the dealer and they said they could not find anything wrong as ECU did not show any errors ! After a another week we took it back telling them it was dangerous to move off from junctions if revs die, they still said nothing wrong and even blamed our driving as it has a electric clutch, but they replaced a hose as said was slightly split, but appear to make no difference. We now find it has a gearbox oil leak, we took it in on the 31/03/18 to have this repaired, on collection the dealer said he thought it was the clutch housing so they put mastic around it to stop the leak, he said may not last and would cost £500 to fix. Of course the oil leak is still present and have now lost patience with them and asking for a full refund which he has refused and said any further work will be chargeable. I plan to send the letter below with photos of the oil leak: Complaint about faulty goods On 29/01/2018 we purchased and took delivery of a used Peugeot 207 Registration ..... from you. We paid a total of £1000.00 on a debit card for the vehicle. We now find the vehicle has the following faults: Gear box oil leak and oil leak from engine, also revs drop when accelerating, more severe when cold engine. Under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 dealers must supplier goods fit for purpose and satisfactory quality. As there was a problem with the vehicle when we bought it, you are therefore in breach of contract. The vehicle was taken to yourselves on the 03/02/18 to fix the bad running when cold and on the 31/03/18 to fix the oil leak, but you have not been able to rectify either problem. We are now legally entitled to reject the vehicle and to be reimbursed for its full purchase price of £1000.00.I look forward to receiving this amount onto the debit card account that was used for the purchase within the next 14 days. I have attached photos of the oil leaks in support of my claim. The vehicle is now no longer in use. Please respond within 14 days of receiving this letter. Would it be best to send it by post or email it, i would need to email the photos of course. I have attached advert. Many Thanks CarAdvert.pdf
  2. In addition to her attempts to impose 'Henry VII' clauses to give senior ministers power to completely by-pass parliament and change even primary legislation by decree, May is now trying to give a minority government more than its normal share of (selected) members on standing committees which create legislation. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/theresa-may-rigging-parliament-committee-of-selection-standing-committees_uk_59b1a514e4b0dfaafcf68a04 "A controversial new motion tabled by Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom seeks to ensure that Conservatives have a majority on all standing committees that are the powerhouses of all prospective laws." "The motion, tabled by Leadsom on Thursday for a vote next Tuesday, states that Commons rules will be changed so that “where a committee has an odd number of members, the Government shall have a majority”." “The British people will not understand how having voted to deny the Conservatives a majority, the Tories can alter the rules of Parliament to ensure they have one." The powerful but little known Committee of Selection chooses which MPs go on select committees that scrutinise policy and ministers, and standing committees that govern legislation. The Leadsom motion sets the Committee up with nine members, but specifies that there will be five Tory members. "In 1995, then Commons Leader Tony Newton passed a motion guaranteeing a majority on committees only as long as a Government had a majority of the whole House."
  3. Their latest mailshot seeking to tempt users of prepay meters to switch include a "Gift Voucher" worth £55.00 with the offer ending 15th.December 2012. The £55 includes any dual fuel discount. The £55 is broken down as follows; £40 of free Gas/Electricity for those signing up by December 15th,with a further £15 discount every year if switching dual fuels. The small print; The £40 is only credited 6 months after signing up.discount applies only to meters using a key operated meter The £15 discount applies only to meters using a key operated meter. But hold on there is more. They have introduced a means for prepayment meters to top up online.Those switching will be sent a free connector for the purpose. In principle this is a very good idea and will mean customers will no longer have to go to local paypoints to top up the keys. But there is a catch in the small print. Users must satisfy PC operating specs to use the service. Payment via the online connector will be done by debit card £10 may be charged for non use of the device or if not returned within 30 days. Customers will not be entitled to the £40 discount unless the device has been registered and use to top up up meter keys 3 times within a 6 month period.
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