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  1. http://news.sky.com/story/tougher-fines-to-hit-serious-speeding-offenders-in-the-pocket-10740681
  2. Persistent offenders and PCN's... News! Parking fine evaders to have cars impounded! OUCH A news story from my local paper yesterday (16/06/2016)! >> http://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/local_news/14557958.Parking_fine_evaders_to_have_cars_impounded/ 'SCOFFLAWS who serially evade parking fines now risk having their cars towed and impounded under a council crackdown.' 'Government legislation, which the council is now taking advantage of, allows the authority to issue a further PSN and arrange for the car to be removed to a secure pound where the owner will have to pay a £
  3. Hi all, Few months ago I have been assaulted by several persons (causing serious and remaining injuries) and then made a complaint but for unknown reasons (despite of cctv clearly identifying my offenders) I have been informed that my complaint/file has been closed for lack of evidence: I am also trying to save money in order to move and later hire a private detective for an investigation regarding my assault with a better standards. However, as I stiĺl at the moment working in the same area than my offenders, these lasts are trying to work by harassment and intimidation (obviously u
  4. Companies are ignoring new guidelines on card fees. Which? has named the worst offenders. Holidaymakers booking winter escapes still face sky-high charges for paying by card – despite new rules designed to tackle “excessive” fees. Consumer group Which? found evidence of card charges well in excess of the 2pc level considered fair. In April, the Office of Fair Trading said someone spending £100 on a travel ticket should expect to be charged 53p extra if using a debit card, or £2.10 if using a credit card. This is equal to no more than 2.1pc. However, Which? said easyBus charged 3.5p
  5. in 1996 i got a ban because of drunk driving. Plus drink driving on a provisional .TOUGH LUCK. Firstly, at the court hearing it turned out the police officers had failed to note the correct license plate on the car. This came to light at the hearing, my lawyer advised me to sign an amendment, which corrected the fault and moved the case forward. Would refusing to sign the amendment have gotten me off? Could they still prosecute? Secondly I left the UK in 1997 and was in the USA up until 2010. on applying for a provisional i was told by the DVLA i would have to go through all the
  6. From today many more criminals will be made to pay towards supporting victims of crime. Currently offenders only contribute around one sixth of the funding that supports victims’ services. Hard-working taxpayers provide the rest. In a massive overhaul to the way services for victims and witnesses of crime are funded, the 'Victim Surcharge' is being increased and extended to apply to a far wider range of sentences. Extending the 'Victim Surcharge' is the next step in the Government's drive to see offenders provide up to £50 million more each year for victims services. This is on top of
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