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  1. Gran suffered heart attack at job centre meeting - but was too scared to leave as she feared losing benefits http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/gran-suffered-heart-attack-job-10458734 After leaving the meeting, the lady went to the local walk in centre where an ambulance was called and she was then hospitalised and stents inserted.
  2. Hi guys, I'm currently self employed, and applied for a property form midland heart on the intermediate rent scheme as im trying to save for a mortgage. I went through all the process, providing a guarantor etc and was meant to move saturday just gone, may 14th 2016. Midland Heart came back to me and said, they cant do the move because they dont allow guarantor on this scheme yet, I was told I needed one and paid for the referencing via homelet. This is the day before I was due to move. Homelet sent back my income as 0, as ive been unemployed for under 12months. Homelet s
  3. Great video found online. Watch it to the end to understand the point of it.
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2845714/Newborn-baby-boy-dumped-drain-cyclists-heard-crying.html
  5. Good afternoon I am after help in regards to the sale of my French Bulldog puppy bought on 6/8/14. He was advertised as a pick of the litter and in good health.. He is kennel Club registered and the breeder is a Kennel Club assured breeder and I felt I did everything I could to ensure I was purchasing a healthy and happy puppy. I have a copy of his original advert, plus a copy of the contract I signed when I picked him up as proof of the sale The very next day I took him to his new vet for a check over and to get him wormed and registered, only to be told the devastating news that h
  6. Watch the video http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28644799 I have never heard anything so appalling and it makes me ashamed, not just of our justice system, but this country.
  7. When I moved into my house, Midland Heart never informed me of the anti-social behaviour and racist behaviour of my neighbours. After living in my house for a few months, my children and I went through a lot of aggravation with the neighbours, and when the local school found out that my children and I (black/mixed), were living at this address, they were visibly shocked, and went on to inform me that the last family to live in my house had to be removed by police escort because of these neighbours. In fact they informed my that they, the police, the council and Midland Heart themselves
  8. Traders under scrutiny are based mainly in London and New York It follows the £290m fine given to Barclays for fixing Libor lending rate The FBI is investigating 14 Barclays traders at the heart of the Libor-fixing scandal, it emerged yesterday. Although much of the immediate political fallout over Barclays has occurred in the UK, the US could become the main legal arena for the scandal, with financial and custodial punishments dwarfing those imposed elsewhere. The City of Baltimore has already launched a class action suit and the brokerage firm Charles Schwab has brought a lawsu
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