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  1. I am a vulnerable person having suffered a violent attack for which I am receiving counselling for and has left me with anxiety problems, at the time this led to me leaving work which in turn led to me running up rental arrears and a possesion order granted ( I moved out before the date ). The vast majority have been paid off and I am now in a new place, at the time of the hearing I offered through his solicitor to pay £200 per month which was accepted via the solicitor in writing and I have kept paying to this arrangement. I have today been informed that a letter has arriv
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jan/24/link-atms-proposals-tabled-in-bid-to-keep-cash-machines-free It will be those of us that live in rural areas where banks are closing down that will suffer - if we cannot get into a branch then we have to use the ATMs.
  3. Hi there I'm new to this forum so please be gentle! I won an item at the end of auction and when i went to pay for the item it would not let me then when i rechecked it someone else had bid on the item after the auction had ended and got the item i had already won i contacted ebay and they say it is a glitch in there system and they will get back to me but have not got back to me yet i sent them copies of my message showing i clearly had won the item normally if im not going to win an item i get the option to bid higher which i would have done but because i had won t
  4. Disabled men lose high court bid to stop Independent Living Fund closure Judge rules that Mike Penning, former minister for disabled people, had not breached equality laws over ending support to live in the community. More Here: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/dec/08/disabled-men-lose-high-court-bid-stop-closure-independent-living-fund
  5. The Church of England has confirmed that it is part of a consortium that includes the Corsair Capital investment fund and Centerbridge, which is bidding for the 314 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) branches currently up for sale. The confirmation follows RBS’s decision to name the consortium as preferred bidder, having endorsed its aim to create a bank with a focus on ethical standards while servicing the needs of retail customers and the UK’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The new bank, to be called Williams and Glyn’s, expects to secure a 5% market share of the SME and mid-corpo
  6. Thames Water has asked its regulator, Ofwat, for permission to raise prices. It wants to put up bills by about £29 per household during 2014-15, but has asked Ofwat if it can spread the rise over more than one year. The company says the rise is needed because of increases in Environment Agency charges and to cover the cost of preparing for the construction of the Thames Tideway Tunnel. Ofwat will examine the proposal and make a decision in three months. More...
  7. I have sold two items on ebay. On both occasions I selected a reserve price. On both occasions the bids increased until the reserve was reached then the high bidder retracted their bid. When I complained to ebay and gave them proof of this activity, nothing was done. Do they care about sellers? or do they just want totake the listing fees ?.
  8. Follows investigation here from the OFT and CC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19407528
  9. Comes after the OFT referred Ryanair to the CC over its current stakeholdings. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18511024
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