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  1. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/vince-cable-brexit-crisis-worse-than-2008-crash-warns-referendum-liberal-democrat-a7709056.html I have noticed in recent days that companies are announcing reduced profits e.g HSBC, Sainsburys and i remembered Vince Cables recent warning. Is the UK heading towards a new economic storm that might be worse than the 07/08 financial crash ? UK Banks have never really recovered and with Brexit likely to cause Banks to lose business to the EU finance centres, how will this affect the UK economy. Many of these Banks transferring work to Brusse
  2. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/29/sexism-storm-engulfs-royal-britishlegion-16k-quit-womens-section/ I guess the men will have to start baking the cookies then? Apparently half the female members have left.
  3. Hi All, first post so please bare with me. we bought a Palram shed from an Amazon seller around 3 months ago. We set the shed up which was a painful task in itself, and where reasonably pleased with it although I did note that the plastic sides where somewhat flimsy and thin. Search Palram shed on Amazon 8ft x 6ft to see the product if needs be. Now in Preston where I live at the weekend we had very high winds and stormy conditions. Which shock horror, caused the shed to collapse! The whole thing came in on itself and the metal frame was contorted and bent.
  4. Hello all. I phoned the insurance company about storm damage, water coming in above the window, down the side of wall, the insurance company have said that because the windows upvc are 10 years old, and only 27mm of rain fell I cant claim and its in the T&C's I have read the T&C's and cant find anything which said my windows have to be under 10 years old or the amount of rain fallen will effect your claim? I have emailed them saying im not happy. is there anything else I should do?
  5. Two weeks ago we had a retaining wall at the bottom of the drive collapse. This wall was standing at the end of March, then with all the rain we had in April we noticed the wall starting to leen over and then as I said two weeks ago the wall went over. On Tuesday of this week we had a visit from an assessor sent by Churchill. After inspecting the wall and other damage it had caused she said Churchill were not resposible for payment as it was not covered by our policy. Yet the policy say's we are covered for storm damage, land slip, land heave and subsidence. I have attached the lette
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