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  1. A response received this afternoon after a complaint that, despite written request, and despite the law of the land, RBS refused to stop one of these RPA's. This has come from Stephen Hester's executive suite whatever that is. "For Wonga to be able to reclaim re-occuring transactions they must have authority from you as their customer to debit your card account. You must have therefore provided Wonga with the necessary information to do this. Therefore, the situation is that the bank cannot stop these payments, and in most cases, regular payments can be stopped by the customer telling the company taking the payments. Therefore you will need to contact Wonga directly in order to cancel the payments. If you owe them money, they will claim from your account, and if you do not owe them money, they will not. Please be aware that you will still be responsible for any money you owe Wonga". What next then chaps? And should I be letting other people see this, like Martin Lewis etc?
  2. CAP review post 2013. Is it a radical shake up or just more of the same?? Well, it looks like more of the same, but with some difficult changes for UK farmers. Read the review here from Smiths-Gore. http://www.smithsgore.co.uk/assets/x/2695023 with thanks to SG Landscope
  3. The Rural Payments Agency is an Executive Agency of Defra and provides services such as rural payments, rural inspections and livestock tracing. It also enforces the European Union's regulations on the size and shape of vegetables and fruit sold in shops, by warning and advising businesses. RPA Contact point :- PO Box 1058 Lancaster House Hampshire Court Newcastle Business Park Newcastle Upon Tyne NE99 4YQ Tele 0845 603 7777 Email enquiries@rpa.gsi.gov.uk Website http://www.rpa.gov.uk/ Post any problems with the RPA here.
  4. Morrison-Low v Paterson, Scottish Land Court, 2010. The main case. This case has created lots of news, particularly due to the decision that the income derived by a tenant from Single Farm Payment is not an item from which the Landlord may derive rent. The Court allowed a modest rental element to reflect the opportunity offered by the land to claim the single payment, relying on the relatively low payment figures for naked (unused) acres readily available in the Scottish market. Other headlines were: The Court allowed limited duration tenancies and short limited duration tenancies to be used as comparable evidence for a 1991 Act tenancy The court applied the same approach to marriage value as Childers v Anker i.e., that it should be excluded when considering comparables but included in respect of the subject holding The general consensus on its applicability to English and Welsh rent reviews appears to be that it should not affect them but this needs to be tested in an arbitration or through the courts. In England, single payment income is usually not considered part of the earning capacity but is a relevant factor, so was added in below the bottom line. This does not seem to have been upset by this case. With thanks to SG Landscope.
  5. This forum is here to discuss problems particular to the more rural areas. Feel free to post about Public Transport, Village Post Office closures. You can also post about Defra, the Rural Payments Agency, Natural England and the Enviroment Agency. Please start a thread of your own, or in one of the topics below. Please do not start threads on Field Sports, there are plenty of forums to discuss this subject, any such threads will be removed.
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