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  1. the biggest CME storm in 45yrs is going off you should easily be able to photograph the northern lights anywhere in the UK if you look north ish around the plough star formation its going off all night as far down as cornwall. remember long exposure +30secs focus set to infinite and auto focus set off the further north you are the more chance of it to the naked eye too.
  2. Just so you are aware the Consumer Action Group was approached to offer advice on the making of this episode. http://www.itv.com/tvguide/ Buy Today, Pay Tomorrow? "Households are currently borrowing more than a billion pounds a month in a spending spree that is fuelling a dangerous debt crisis, which could leave many people teetering on the edge of serious money troubles. Adam Shaw investigates whether Britain is heading for a new credit crunch. News " Initially I was invited to advise on debts of a debtor that will feature in this episode. Prioritising all his d
  3. On LBC at 9pm tonight they will be discussing the changes to pensions. Might be worth a listen.
  4. Hi I'm new to this i was served a section 21 in Aug and the end date is today. Since having this notice my landlord entered my property and changed locks I found out an rung police to which they arrived when he was leaving for him to tell them he was told it was unsecured so he acted on it. This was not the case he was told to hand key over an did so . today is the day the section 21 is over and I've not been able to get a removal company to get my things and I'm starting to panic. I have been reading that if I don't leave he is to apply to court for possession o
  5. I received a statutory demand tonight for a debt I do not dispute but cannot afford to pay in full. I agreed a payment plan in May but then lost my job, I have been able to find another job which goes permanent next week. I have emailed the solicitors tonight to see if they will agree to the original payment plan. Do I need to write to the court, or fill certain forms out. The demand is dated 6th Sept but only received it tonight and it says I need to reply with 18 days, should I seek advice from a solicitor. any advice will be very welcome.
  6. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pvbyr Could be worth a watch tonight
  7. For those who claim this is not happening: http://tvguide.co.uk/detail.asp?id=135640656
  8. Mentally ill woman 'given doorstep loans by Provident Financial Investigators went undercover at Provident Financial, which has 1.8million customers, and say they found cases of lending that appeared to breach industry guidelines. They interviewed the mother of the unnamed woman, who requires constant care but was allegedly given loans totalling several thousand pounds over a number of years. The investigation, carried out by the BBC’s Panorama programme, claims one of the company’s agents acknowledged that the schizophrenic woman was ‘not all there’. The programme al
  9. http://www.channel4.com/programmes/dispatches/4od#3388437
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