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  1. Hello and thank you, A friend has been summonsed in a private prosecution regarding a 'grossly offensive' comedy song posted on a political youtube channel. The defendant claims it is a vexatious litigation by political opponents. What is her best strategy for defence? She did not send this video to the complainant or address it to the group they represent, they sought it out and chose to bring a private prosecution because they don't like the message.
  2. Hi, I am new to 'forums' so please bear with me. In July, Nationwide allowed transactions to go through which took me over my agreed overdraft limit by 30p. I have now been charged two 'paid transaction fees' of £15 each. I know £30 is not a large amount of money but it is huge compared to the 30p that I was over. Is there anything I can do?
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