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  1. A teacher who drove into an airport worker following a row over a new £3 drop-off charge has been spared jail after a judge said he agreed the levy was an "absolute disgrace". Graham Benbow, 55, flew into a rage at Manchester Airport when he was told he would have to pay a fee for dropping off a passenger at a departure terminal. An airport official tried to stop Benbow from driving his Mazda through an open barrier but ended up on the car's bonnet before he was carried along a road for several hundred yards, Manchester's Minshull Street Crown Court heard. Benbow, a psychology t
  2. Morning All, I'm not sure if anyone can help but I thought I'd give it a shot. My girlfriend lives in a place called Whitton which is covered by Richmond Council and she was hoping to get a dropped kerb put outside of her property. The road has a number of outlined (with white paint) parking spaces along the road, however a number of people have paved over their front gardens and managed to get a dropped kerb for their driveway and there is not a parking space outside of their property - presumably it's been removed. When she bought her now home, the previous owners had pav
  3. Broadband providers drop cancellation fees for Armed Forces personnel READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/broadband-providers-drop-cancellation-fees-for-armed-forces-personnel
  4. Several banks & financial organisations have recently dropped their interest rate to savers, some by substantial amounts. Can anyone please advise if such changes LEGALLY require the banks to issue fore warnings of such changes to customers ??
  5. As a taxi driver, I sometimes go to BHX 5 times a day in summer, so im no stranger to the chaos there. This August I was dropping off a family of 8 AND picking up a family of 7 at same time. Both families had many young kids As i entered the drop off carpark, I noticed my clients waiting on the left by the disabled park bays. There are 12 or so bays and 10 were vacant. The park has become very busy and dangerous this season due to more flights and its always a worry that someone will get run over, specially as its a free for all with cars going in all directions The car
  6. Hi, My partner has had an agreement with IDEM services for a repayment plan of 95 pounds. She was diagnosed with Parkinsons in January. She has been without work for 2 years and now she must accept early retirement as she is no longer capable of working. We wrote to idem and her other creditors asking to reduce the figures to a token 5 pounds of which all but idem agreed. I will fill out and income/expenditure form for her to send, as now I am the only earner in the house and so am responsible for all expenses. is there anything I can do in order to get them to drop t
  7. Bank of Scotland loan taken out Jan 2009 for £8,000 have loan agreement that shows with interest, amount repayable will be £13,126 repayable at £136.73 per month. By September 2009 I had suffered financial problems to which various fees were applied to the account, Default notice was issued and received in the post May 2010. Date on my Experian report shows 6 months later than issued? Iqor took the debt over in July 2010 and it has been with them ever since, to date I have repaid £5,340 and as of April 2014 the balance payable reads £9,846 I have letter stati
  8. Hi, sorry if I've posted in the wrong place, but I checked my credit file on clearscore.com today - that tv advert with the girl shoving her smelly feet into the bloke's face on the laptop with the dog between his legs! Ha! I love that advert. I gave in and logged on - it showed I had a Debt Relief Order back in October 2011. Sure enough. But about 3 of the debts which were included in the DRO were showing as not being defaulted until late 2012. I was discharged from the DRO in October 2012, but these 3 debts will not clear my credit file until at least 2019
  9. My living expenses at present are, I pay £18.00 per week for gas and electricity on a budgeting plan,I am a low energy user. I pay £4.00 per week towards council tax. I pay £7.00 per week water rates I pay £8.00 per week for a budgeting loan I pay £6.00 per week towards soap, wash powder, toilet roll, cleaning materials and so on. Total out goings £43.00. I do not have a TV so I do not have to budget for a licence nor do I have any debt as I rely on the budgeting loan to buy my clothes and cover any household expenses repairs/ replacements etc which gives me roughly £15
  10. hi, I am trying to buy a UK domain name. This domain name expired in January 27th 2015. I read that when the name expires, the owner of the name is given a grace period to renew it of 90 days, then after 90 days it 'drops' and then becomes available for anyone to purchase it. It seems to have now gone past the 90 days and the previous owner still has not re-registered it. Is this 90 days correct? When is it likely to become available to be purchased by anyone?
  11. Hi, I haven't had to post on here for ages as I feel I am finally making headway. Just a brief background I had a period of homelessness and illness, then struggled to find work when I had a home. Last April I got work and have worked so hard to get on my feet, after mistake after mistake from the CSA and Council I am making headway. Unfortunately another council bombshell hit me on Monday. I have been paying an agreed amount of council tax monthly and have kept up payments so assumed everything is fine. On Monday my day off, I walked in to a summons on the
  12. Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays has vowed to axe premium rate customer phone lines after it emerged 73 per cent of financial firms' charge savers extra to ring up with enquires or make a complaint. Consumer watchdog Which? shamed the country's banks, building societies and credit card companies by revealing that 177 out of 242 customer service or complaint lines in the sector were pricey 084 or 087 numbers. Which? added that existing customers were routinely being charged more to call their financial firm, with cheaper or free from landline 0800 numbers
  13. HSBC has become the first lender to reduce its mortgages rates below 1.5pc – cutting typical mortgage repayments by as much as £600 a year. The Telegraph predicted two months ago that lenders were teeing up further cuts to rates on home loans suggesting they would fall below the 1.5pc mark within months. The Funding for Lending Scheme, £80bn worth of cheap loans on offer from the Bank of England, has been tapped by many lenders, helping them to offer lower rates. HSBC, however, has not accessed the scheme. But its very existence has pushed down wholesale borrowing costs, and also s
  14. Hi all, Briefly the situation is the following: My friend goes to Luton airport, stops on the drop off point and goes to help with suitcases on the arriving guests. Once goes back after about 5-6 minutes, the procedure to remove his vehicle is already started. It turns out that there are new signs that forbid to leave your car unattended. So he had to pay a fine of 180 pounds to be able to release the car. So far everything is clear, there is sign not leave your car unattended but he left his car unattended and receive fine. But what bothers me is this, please see attachment. I have n
  15. hi i've checked my credit file and it shows my default will drop off in november 2013. After it drops off does my credit file go straight to good as i have no other bad credit marked on my file everything else is paid on time . How does one default effect my credit so bad?
  16. We know they will recover these costs elsewhere,but they are in no doubt that the OFT was serious about taking action against those who continued to levy these fees,which were viewed as a penalty. The European ruling for enforcement is still some time away (2014) but todays announcement involves some of the big carriers. http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2012/58-12
  17. http://uk.news.yahoo.com/euro-crisis-blamed-air-travel-tails-off-083816773--finance.html;_ylt=AuVR9fFUYI5Knl8ANhLT8oXFfMl_;_ylu=X3oDMTNvNGE5cmdnBG1pdANKdW1ib3Ryb24gVUtTRgRwa2cDNWE0ZDgyMTYtNGQ0ZC0zYTlkLWJmZWMtYTQwZDI0MGQyYzUyBHBvcwMxBHNlYwNqdW1ib3Ryb24EdmVyAzcxZDI0ZjAxLWI0N2YtMTFlMS1iOWM5LWZmMjFmY2UxZDI5Zg--;_ylg=X3oDMTFlMTluMDVoBGludGwDZ2IEbGFuZwNlbi1nYgRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdAMEcHQDc2VjdGlvbnM-;_ylv=3
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