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  1. Reverand Paul Nicolson is back in court for non payment of council Tax on thursday 13Jul http://taxpayersagainstpoverty.org.uk/news/civil-disobedience-media-release-rev-paul-nicolson-summoned-to-court-for-no Leakie
  2. The following is a short extract from a press report in today's Daily Telegraph regarding the Reverend Paul Nicolson's forthcoming court appearance at Tottenham Magistrates Court: By the end of next week, Paul Nicolson could be facing prison and bankruptcy – an unexpected turn of events for an 84-year-old retired vicar who has never previously been in this type of trouble. On 15 June, he will appear at Tottenham magistrates court in north London for non-payment of council tax since 2013: he owes £2,831.42. Meanwhile, he must decide what to do about the £47,000 in costs awarded against him last month after he lost, in the high court, a case he brought against Haringey council over the level of court charges imposed on residents for non-payment of council tax. It is all a great deal of money that he doesn’t have, but he appears to be delighted at the potential scandal that the imprisonment of a retired vicar could stir up, and the useful attention that his case could bring to a little-understood aspect of welfare reform. “I am really not in the slightest bit afraid of prison,” Nicolson says. He is looking forward to his court appearance, where he will have the opportunity to explain why he has decided not to pay his bills. “One of the joys of refusing to pay,” he says, is that there is a “wonderful opportunity” to tell the story of why the 2013 abolition of a centralised council tax benefit has had such catastrophic consequences for hundreds of thousands of people. Tottenham’s magistrates would be wise to steel themselves for Nicolson’s 10 o’clock appearance in the dock, because his arguments are likely to be delivered with the mesmerisingly stern precision of a 1940s BBC newsreader. A group of protesters are due to gather outside the court in support of his campaign. http://www.theguardian.com/global/2016/jun/08/vicar-dibley-paul-nicolson-council-tax-refusing-benefit-cuts-jail-prison?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Scoop
  3. Hi all, i am wondering if you can help me. Ive had the most distressing phone call with an advisor from Eurdio. I was completing my deferment application and become quite concerned when I came to section 9 which asked for gross total income including state benefits. I currently receive rent that is heavily subsidised by housing benefit as I rent privately, I receive some council tax benefit, child and working tax and child benefit. My wages are only £900 per month but when I added the above benefits my gross total income was above their £2398 threshold for deferment. I contacted them to see if the above benefits were included in what they considered my gross income and I was told that they were. I tried to explain that the above were means tested that were used to help me pay my rent which is £1400 per month (I live in London) and my childcare and that I could not see how these could be used. They said that they had a list of all benefits that could be used in their calculations and that both housing benefit, child tax credits and child benefits could be. Is this right?, I have complained and will escalate to ombudsman if necessary Things are so tight for me at the moment I cant deal with another bill. Please help
  4. Hi Everyone, Never used this forum before but been a member for sometime just wondering if anyone can help? I am getting very frustrated and disillusioned with claiming PPI. Early last year I took up a several PPI cases against a couple of banks namely HSBC for credit card and mortgage, RBS, Barclay Card and MBNA. I have no records but I do know I definitely had PPI on all of these even though I had Perm Health Insurance and I was employed by the NHS and would have been paid for a year. It goes without saying that all replied negatively asking me for more details that I don’t have as these accounts go back to mid/late 1990s and after moving house a couple of times the documents have been lost/destroyed. Recently I’ve made a claim through a well advertised legal company who promised me they have other ways of extracting information and getting a positive response but appear to have given up at the first hurdle after another negative response requesting further details. I am now retired, a disabled wheelchair user and could do with the windfall who I feel entitled to due to greedy mis-selling. I’ve also asked the banks directly but they won’t help. Can anyone out there help me please? Thanks, Paul
  5. My favourite singer of all time. R.I.P. Lynsey Link
  6. Hi All, long time reader first time poster. I hope someone can help. I received my SAR info from Barclaycard and have found that since my reduced payment plan started in 2004 interest was added for the first 11 months. Then the interest stopped and the balance was reduced for the next 21 months. Then the balance reduced to zero(which was not actually the case) and I carried on paying the monthly payments for 65 months, but this has never shown on their records. The debt was then sold to CABOT who I now make regular payments to .I have not missed a single monthly payment from the start and it seems I now owe more than I did in the first place . Could someone please point me in the right direction. Thanks Paul
  7. Why the FCA is a joke: http://www.ianfraser.org/paul-moore-why-john-griffith-jones-must-go/
  8. Someone i am helping has had a problem with a double divan purchased from paul simon. One side the base has caved in. Paul simon have been aware of this since september time and as of yet nothing has materialised despite them being told the replacement will be there by the end of november. We are now nearly at the end of december and nothing. what does he do ?
  9. http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/property_news/news/millionairedebtcollectordigsdeepinsouthkensington.html
  10. Hi All I bought a sofa from Paul Simon on Thursday on my debit card. The sofa is an ex-display model. I declined their delivery service and arranged my own. My courier company called me from outside the store to say that the store has been flooded and the employees were sweeping the water out of the shop with brooms. My question is how long would I be expected, by law, to wait before I can cancel the order? Thanks
  11. Deputy Bank of England governor, Paul Tucker, will be grilled by MPs over the Libor scandal and whether regulators decided to turn a blind eye to misconduct. The deputy governor of the Bank of England was warned that UK lenders were manipulating interest rates a year before he allegedly gave Barclays “a nod and a wink” to rig its own, in a call with former chief executive Bob Diamond in 2008. Paul Tucker will on Monday be grilled by MPs on the Treasury Select Committee (TSC) over the Libor scandal, where he will be asked whether regulators decided to turn a blind eye to misconduct during the banking crisis in the interests of financial stability. Specifically, he is expected to be quizzed about a meeting he chaired of the Bank’s Sterling Money Markets Liaison Group in November 2007, at which several members warned they “thought that Libor fixings had been lower than actual traded inter-bank rates through the period of stress”. Mr Tucker will also be asked to explain why he did not want to relay a message from Barclays’ chief executive Bob Diamond to Westminster that other banks were low-balling their Libor submissions on Oct 29, 2008, according to Mr Diamond’s record of the event. TSC sources on Sunday said Mr Tucker must have known that Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group were posting false rates because their Libor submissions were lower than Barclays even after they had been locked out of markets and forced to take £60bn in secret loans from the Bank. More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9385359/Paul-Tucker-aware-of-move-to-fix-Libor.html
  12. Barclays publishes "smoking gun" email that reveals conversation between the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Paul Tucker and Bob Diamond over key bank lending rate. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9371778/Barclays-scandal-Bob-Diamond-resigns-live.html
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