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  1. "A dad who brandished a two-foot hunting knife at bailiffs who were trying to repossess his car has been jailed. Nathan Watson, 27, had already put his children in the back of the Volkswagen Golf in a bit to stop the debt collectors towing the vehicle away." For more on this story please read here http://www.lep.co.uk/news/local/dad-brandished-knife-at-bailiffs-1-7407621
  2. i am due to be exchanging contracts this friday and moving to ireland. My house in the UK had an agreed sale 6 weeks ago. I have agreed to purchase a house in ireland and had instructed a solicitor in the UK to handle the sale of my house for which the proceeds were being used to purchase the house in Ireland. i have also had to instruct a solicitor in ireland to handle the house purchase in ireland. The estate agent in the UK has received notification this morning that the buyer has pulled out of the agreement to buy my UK property. The estate agent has told me that i am going to be lia
  3. This one is for a friend who purchased goods from the UK and had them delivered to an EU country. The goods are two safes, purchased over the phone, so description and transaction were carried out by phone. The safes arrived in good looking condition and have dial lock doors. When my friend tried to adjust the dial locks according to the instructions, they couldn't get them to work (on both). Another person in the company tried following the instructions to the letter and again they couldn't adjust the locks. One of the locks was also stuck. They got in touch with the retailer, over
  4. Tesco Bank bucked the trend by offering the first 0pc credit card without a transfer fee since the credit crunch. But it has been pulled after just three weeks. Tesco Bank has withdrawn a unique credit card that offered fee-free balance transfers just three weeks after launch. The rapid withdrawal of the product underlines the large appetite and need among debt-laden consumers to shift their debts without costs. Many will be disappointed at how quickly the offer has been removed from the market. Such deals - balance transfers without a fee - were commonplace in the consumer credit boom w
  5. Royal Bank of Scotland, which also owns the National Westminster Bank brand, has become the latest mortgage company to pull out of interest-only lending. The bank, which is mainly state owned, said that only 4pc of its customers applied on an interest-only basis, and that it wanted to focus on the products most groups were asking for. "We don't rule out offering residential interest-only mortgages to niche customer groups in the future but we would do that using specialist advisers rather than our broad base of branch and telephony advisers," said the bank's head of home lending, Moray Mc
  6. Consumers warned to move quickly to take fix their energy prices before winter. EDF has pulled its most popular fixed rate energy deal off the market. EDF Energy Blue + Price Promise April 2014 was one of just two remaining fixed price deals without an early exit penalty on the market, but from today customers looking to fix their energy bills with no exit penalties have just one option from Scottish Power. EDF's decision follows SSE's shock price hike last week. The rise is expected to affect 8.4m customers and will add an extra £119 to the average SSE standard dual fuel bill, bringing
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