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  1. Hi South West trains are threatening to take me to magistrates court for fare evasion and I'd like to hire the best solicitor possible who specialises in these types of cases. Does such a thing exist? Does anyone have any recommendations? Any help appreciated. Thanks Steve
  2. Hello, i am hoping someone can recommend a good place to get a loan from? I am currently unemployed but i do own my car outright worth several thousand £, and am looking for a loan provider that will use my car as collateral. Please note i am NOT after any logbook loan type companies, but a provider that maybe you have had experience with and can recommend. I have tried the internet comparison sites but they do not allow me to enter the car to take the loan against. Thanks (apologies if this is not in the correct forum, please move if necessary).
  3. The parliamentary commission on banking standards is set to recommend splitting up the Royal Bank of Scotland into a good and bad bank. The BBC reports that a draft final report, given to members last Friday, calls for RBS to be split in the same way as Northern Rock was in 2008 with toxic assets separated from the profitable part of the bank. Commission members have until next Monday to make amendments and the final report is set for publication on 17 June. One commission member has told Money Marketing the paper could change “quite markedly” between final draft and final publication depending on which amendments are taken forward, meaning an RBS break-up may not neccessarily become a final recommendation. Outgoing Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King recommended splitting up RBS to the commission in March but it is opposed by the Treasury. Chancellor George Osborne has pledged to amend the banking reform bill to implement the recommendations of the banking commission’s final report. Reuters is reporting thet Coutts head of international operations Alexander Classen says the bank will not be sold by RBS in a bid to raised capital. Link; http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/latest-news/banking-commission-set-to-recommend-rbs-break-up/1072193.article
  4. I have been using Giffgaffs service, but its has some really bad patches where nothing works. Are there any other services anyone could recommend?
  5. can anyone recommend me a good wifi network mapper. it needs to distingish between security types and open networks. it needs to be able to tell if a network uses wps (wifi protected setup) it then needs to map where it was detexted using the gps. its because concerns have been raised about securities of wifi in local shops and the payment details sent over them this is very important although it maps them i require that it NEVER tries to connect to it.
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