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    • Is some of what you've posted from Briefings for Britain in 2018, Conniff?   Ten reasons that justify the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. WWW.BRIEFINGSFORBRITAIN.CO.UK The EU is revealing itself to be little better than an aggressive bully when it does not get its way.   
    • Thank you for your reply.   I wouldn’t want to make an allegation of theft because it wouldn’t seem right as I did give him the phone to use for a few months, although I’m not sure if it being eventually sold makes it theft. I don’t know why my brother sold the phone, but I’m assuming he must have had financial difficulties at the time to have done this as it is completely out of character for him.    Sadly the family situation means there wouldn’t be any complications in that respect. I would usually take this on the chin and move on but unfortunately it’s one of many difficulties at the moment that by being resolved would help alleviate some other problems. It is myself who will be dealing with my brothers estate but unfortunately there isn’t one which is putting huge financial pressure on myself.    I very much appreciate everyone’s input in things. It’s easy, from my point of view, to look at things and only see it one way and not think of the other. Of course it would be nice to have the phone back and help alleviate some of the many problems at the moment but I understand this may not be the case. 
    • The EU is turning into an aggressive bully. It is incapable of reforming itself. Remaining in the EU is the high-risk strategy – not leaving it.   The EU is a fundamentally protectionist trading bloc The EU seriously misallocates resources The EU is a political project that is fundamentally anti-democratic The ‘purposive’ nature of EU law The folly of introducing the euro The demographic ageing of the EU population The EU has inadvertently encouraged regional separatist movements to develop in a number of member states Increasing Euroscepticism in the EU The EU have been blamed for the tension between Russia and the Ukraine   There is massive corruption in the EU well illustrated by the fact that the EU’s accounts have not been approved for the last 20 years by the EU’s chief auditor in respect of around €100bn of expenditures.   The EU’s negotiating behaviour over the Withdrawal Agreement revealed itself to be little better than an aggressive bully when it did not get its way.   Stopping the UK from participating in Galileo, Europe’s Global Satellite Navigation System, despite our significant existing investment.  Threatening to stop our aircraft from taking off and blocking Eurostar trains from entering the Channel tunnel. 
    • Thank you for your reply. As a business owner myself I can appreciate CEX point of view in matters.   We never had a loan agreement. Although my brother did offer to pay the monthly price of the phone. Which he paid by bank transfer to me every month he had the phone.    In the current situation they are and will remain in financial loss on this occasion, which they have openly said to me. They are sticking with there point that they are happy to hand over to the police if requested which they know will not happen. They are also aware that the phone will remain locked, and effectively unsaleable, until returned to myself. I understand though that the phone is there collateral in all of this and offering to sell the phone to me for £393 is there way to do some damage control.    Whilst the offer may be reasonable it unfortunately makes no sense to me financially. I would be more out of pocket if I done this. It would be nice to have the phone returned but the worst case would be for me to leave the locked phone with CEX and purchase a cheap mobile to use until the contracts runs out. I have the SIM card for the line. 
    • Apologies.   I recieved the email 'An important update about your mobile tariff' with the no termination fee details mentioned on 24 06 2021   I called to terminate/get a PAC code on 14 07 2021   Today I noticed that there is a payment for the full amount about to be taken out of my bank account, and today an agent on instant chat told me that when I requested my PAC over the phone on 14th the agent did not note that I had said that the change would affect me, this last requirement seems pretty flimsy and wasn't mentioned in the email.   I wanted to find out if I could safely block this at my bank before payment is taken as I have no confidence in O2    
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