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  1. http://digiguide.tv/pick-of-the-day/1+September+2015/documentary-cash-in-hand-payday-loans/ Looks like Uncle Buck is the subject of this programme.
  2. They have just had an article regarding the element of council tax payable by people wholly reliant on benefits, the 10- 20% shortfall causing arrears, as was expected councils are seeking loads of LOs, a woman who was affected turned up to the kangaroo court and told of what we already know, how the council run it, etc etc, it should be repeated between 7 -8 and 8 - 9 What they didn't say was how these people risk gaining a new best friend, a bailiff, if they don't pay the arrears, and in the case of the woman £75 costs for getting the Lo against her.
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