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  1. British Summer Time So less than a week after spring has officially sprung and we suddenly find ourselves in British Summer Time. Of course this is nothing to do with the seasonal situation, it's the annual clock change that takes us into Daylight Saving Time. How did this come about and why? http://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2016-03-24/simons-blog-british-summer-time/ Everything you need to know about 100 years of British Summer Time http://www.irishexaminer.com//examviral/fun-times/everything-you-need-to-know-about-100-years-of-british-summer-time-389281.html … In 1947
  2. Hi can someone help please? i have received a claim form on dated 15th september from Northhampton court, the claimant is Cabot Financial. They claim a large sum almost 4K - This one is old. Dated 1999. It does not show on my credit file at all. secondly a smaller amount of 1K which does show on my file and dated 2010. The second one was with vanquis but I dont recall an assignment letter from cabot. I'd like to defend the first on the grounds of statute barred. and the second on incorrect assignment on no proof of assignment. Am I on the right lines h
  3. Incorrect electricity meter clocks are going unnoticed, meaning millions of households on reliant tariffs could be paying too much, consumer group Which? has warned. The watchdog said its members had come forward to warn that their meter clocks had been showing the wrong time, potentially leaving them "significantly out of pocket". About 3.9m UK households are on time-of-use tariffs, such as Economy 7 and Economy 10, which offer customers a lower rate for electricity during some hours and a higher rate for others. Gary Day, a retired engineer from South Wales, told Which
  4. Hi I was made unemployed in oct 2011 and began receiving ESA assesment rate. I was then given an appointment for Jan 2012 for Glasgow atos for capability assessment, i called to reschedule appointment as no friends or family free that day to accompany me/provide support etc and was advised a new appointment would be sent in post. I received new appointment time for April 2012 and unfortunately finally received an appointment for same time day for the psychiatrist my gp had referred me to. I was advised by Atos that If i rescheduled again my claim for ESA would end so I had to opt fo
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