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  1. A retired lawyer by the name of Robert Ransome has published his research into the planning consents or lack of them for all the private car parks he knows exist. It is clear that in most of the places no PP exists and is required by law so the arguments we have used here have been reinforced by his work and the ParkingPranksters commentary on the whys and wherefores. There is alos some clarification over whether retrospective permission can be given and the answer is NO so those who got caught out by Parking Eye's lies have recourse to remedy if they wish to choose it.
  2. The Money Advice Liaison Group (MALG) has today published its updated guidelines on mental health and debt. The Good Practice Awareness Guidelines for Helping Consumers with Mental Health and Debt, now in a third edition, are designed to help creditors, councils, debt collection companies, enforcement agents and advisers. They help those people working with borrowers experiencing mental health conditions and debt, where their condition affects their ability to manage money. MALG Good Practice Awareness Guidelines for Helping Consumers with Mental Health Proble
  3. Hi all, I wrote a book last year and it was picked up by a publisher and was published in February of this year 2014 and has been doing pretty well, it is available worldwide. I run a Facebook page which went crazy popular and it has now got over 100,000 likes. It currently has about 125,000 likes. I was approached by a publisher to write a book on the subject of Wicca which I did. I have been on benefits since being made redundant last March 2013. When my book was published I had a case worker who I saw regularly to help me get back into work and I asked her about the book and wha
  4. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/289342/tribunal-stats-oct-dec-2013.pdf For those of you who are interested! Quite sad to see a 79% drop in claims compared to 2012, and it certainly makes for interesting statistical reading. In summary, there are only now around 1,700 claims issued per month - down from 5,000 per month.
  5. FSA/PN/27/2013 25 Mar 2013 The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published the business plan and risk outlook for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for 2013/14. The FSA will be replaced by the FCA and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) on 1 April 2013. The risk outlook sets out the challenging economic backdrop as well as outlining how the FCA will assess market conditions and identify future risks. Many of these are complex and will require several years’ focus. The business plan sets out how these risks will be managed in the first year and how the FCA will use its
  6. The FSA has set out how the Financial Conduct Authority will decide whether it is fair to publish an early warning notice about a firm or individual who is subject to an ongoing enforcement investigation. The FSA has today published a consultation paper on the FCA’s policy for publishing warning notices. The publication stage of possible regulatory action was brought forward in 2010 from when an enforcement case was concluded to the decision notice stage, after the firm or individual has had an opportunity to respond to the warning notice. Under the new regulatory structure, the FCA will
  7. avoiding catalogue chaos 2 August 2012 the latest issue of Disability magazine features the ombudsman's money tips on avoiding problems with catalogue credit
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