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  1. Hello everyone. I submitted my N1 form plus fee and supporting evidence to CCMCC on 25/1/17 regarding Disability Discrimination by The Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman. Having looked on this site, I noticed advice being given regarding P36 rules but in doing so I am now a bit confused. My question is: - If The PHSO make a financial offer to settle and I refuse on the grounds that I am claiming for damages/compensation, which depends entirely on the judges discretion and therefore have no idea what the award could be, will this go against me if the judge awards less than the settlement offer? Thank you in advance.
  2. MPs have backed government plans for £12bn in welfare cuts amid a Labour revolt over its leadership's call for its MPs not to oppose the changes. The Commons backed the Welfare Reform and Work Bill at Second Reading by 308 to 124 votes. READ MORE HERE: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-33604287
  3. All-party group will ask whether customers paying 70% APR on household items are getting value for money BrightHouse, the controversial “rent to own” furniture and electrical goods chain aimed largely at pay-by-the-week low-income households, is to be investigated by an all-party parliamentary group just weeks after it appointed advisers to prepare for a possible stock market float. The inquiry will examine the “very high” costs for people on low incomes who use rent to own to obtain sofas and TV sets and whether consumers should be better protected. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/sep/08/rent-to-own-firms-face-parliamentary-scrutiny
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