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  1. I've received a notice stating that my landlord is offering me suitable alternative accommodation and I shall be required to move. That was two weeks ago. 1 Previously the landlord has written to me stating that they cannot require me to move and will not require me to move. 2 No alternative has in fact been offered. I've done the obvious and emailed pointing out the above and also expressing surprise at receiving a notice without warning. I have had a reply stating that they have noted what I have written. Now, what do I do? I am a Housing Association tenant and have lived in my flat for over twenty years. They want me to move so that they can sell the property and move me to a cheaper area. Any advice appreciated, please.
  2. I'm not fussed by price, I just want to be able to read again. I currently have a really old Kindle - the first one with the keyboard. I can't read that one any more. You can't change the contrast. I have a very complex eye condition. Whilst I can see, focusing is extremely difficult. Not entirely sure what's happened recently; but I'm really struggling to read my Kindle. It could be something as simple as the contrast being too dark; but I really don't know. Someone has suggested a Kobo. But are these any good?
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