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  1. Summer has arrived and Thunderstorms are around. If you would like to track Storms moving around Great Britain this is for you. You can close into your town see strikes in real time and even time the thunder before it reaches you. As you zoom in, you can even see the strikes in nearby streets. At this moment 03-14am I notice just off the coast of South East of Britain is getting a beating. Anyway the link you will soon get used to it.Just turn the sound on, and as you close in you will see the lightning strikes and track the thunder before it reaches you . Strange thing
  2. I have got a Mortgage with Natwest on a tracker rate, which tracks + 1.45 above Bank of England Rate. The Bank of England as we know has cut rates on the 4th of August but Nat West keep on charging the same amount, my payments haven't come down. Funnily enough I already had letters from a number of banks (inlcuding Nat West) telling me the interest rate on my savings accounts have been slashed. I called Nat West but was fobbed off with I would get a letter through the post, which I so far haven't had. But they still take the same amount of money for the mortgage of me. The latest pay
  3. Hi My dad works for a distribution company but is self employed (he is also carries out other work which they are aware of). He has recently received a letter advising him that he is now required to have a tracker fitted to his van (which is privately owned and insured) and that he is to purchase this himself. This just doesn't seem right, especially as he carries out work for more than one employer. I certainly don't think it is right that he would have to pay for this himself if it is a company requirement. Does anyone know what the legal position is on this? Thanks in
  4. Hi, I didn't realise that I need to get my mortgage company's permission to let my property, and I'm on the amazing 0.49% tracker mortgage from Abbey which I converted to around 2006 or 2007. If the T&C's mean that I might lose the 0.49% deal if I let the property, then I'd have to consider moving back in before Santander notices, so I don't want to ask Santander for a copy. I've Googled for a copy on the net, but can only find extracts from section 13.6 about the 3% collar. From this I know there is a 2007 reprint of the T&Cs. Please can someone more organised than
  5. Read more: http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/latest-news/which-urges-bank-of-ireland-mortgage-customers-to-lodge-complaints-about-rate-hike/1070312.article
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