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Got a work experience interview tomorrow to work in a charity shop working through the back got it when I went in to do my daily sign on does it last 6-8weeks ? If am not happy with it can I get out it after 2or weeks or some? Just like some feedback on it. Anyone worked in a charity shop for work experience before via job centre And what hours and days? And was it through the front of store or back of store? Hope to hear back
Hi, I am making an enquiry on behalf of a friend. Basically, up until one year ago, he was a self-employed labourer.....he then had a major stroke and has been in receipt of ESA (awarded for 5 years) and DLA (awarded for 2 year, both high components)... A few days ago, (precisely a year this week since he claimed both ESA and DLA) he received a letter from the DWP along the lines of: "We would like more information regarding your voluntary or part-time work........" Its not asking "Are you working voluntary or part-time" if so, please provide details.....It reads like he is! (He is not of course!) Does anyone know if this a standard annual computer generated letter that people receive? or should this be something to worry about? (worrying in the sense of having to prove his not, which is easy but un-necessary stress for him at this time) He has not informed HMRC to strike him off as self-employed, could that be why? I would appreciate any advice.....Thank you.....
Hi my wife and I are moving abroad in around 6 months. We have been trying to sell the house for the last 18 months to no avail. We have had the house since 2007 and have come to the end of the fixed rate period. We have a NRAM together mortgage total £127k (£112k secured £14k unsecured) the house is on the market for £114950 we have had viewing but no offers. We cant rent the house out as the rent would not cover the mortgage payment. Our credit history is already shot to bits from when my wife was redundant. We are sending money out to the "new" country to set up life out there however we are running out of time to sell the house over here. Once we move we will not be moving back here (other than the odd holiday to see family) We have contacted NRAM regarding voluntary repossession. they say no matter what we are still liable for any short fall - which there will be, and we will have to sign paperwork to say we agree to this. We may not be able to afford repayments to NRAM as well as the mortgage in the new country, however we don't want to go Bankrupt as we will have to declare assets in the new country and therefore put our future life at risk. Please could we get some advice as to what to do? should we give the house back to NRAM sign the forms and negotiate an affordable repayment, or do we just post the keys back on the way to the airport with no forwarding address?