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  1. Charity Commission intends to order a veterans charity to wind up -Afghan Heroes READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/charity-commission-intends-to-order-a-veterans-charity-to-wind-up
  2. Charity Commission orders military charity to wind up - 1st Knight Military Charity READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/charity-commission-orders-military-charity-to-wind-up
  3. i parked in sussex house car park in crawley (where the old bowling alley used to be) i brought a ticket, checked it was postioned correctly when shut door as was a windy day, my partner then opened her door to get handbag and i suspect the ticket flipped over in the wind (sods law) came back to car to find a £100 fine, or £75 if pay witin 7 days. I believe its a private car park. i will try to attach the fine notice. Where do i stand though? i read of people ignoring private fines and all i good, others try to challenge and makes the car park owner become more persistant and chase more - if i ignore it and it goes to court will i 100% get out of any costs due to having the correct ticket?(the fine does state the ticket was "incorrectly displayed" - is this their way of covering themselves and saying i received the fine due to not displaying a valid ticket correctly? (i can appreciaete that some may try this tactic on old tickets) should i just send a copy in and challenge the fine? should i dump my girlfriend and make her pay?
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