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    • Thanks so much!    1. Ok so on planning permission my WS says: The signs did not have planning permission under the Town and County planning. I have an email stating there was no planning permission from the council.The signs do not fall under deemed consent.  * Their WS says they do not need planning permission by being an approved operator of the trade association, and it is not for the  county court to determine planning permission.       2. Excel are trying to say I’m dishonest. Their WS states my defence appears to be cut and pasted from websites relating to parking whose aim is to assist motorists on contesting PCN's. Large portions are non sensical and irrelevant to the claim This is Unacceptable as the defendant has signed a statement of truth whilst clearly not being the defendants knowledge  Q Any comments?      Their WS states that I alleged I received no correspondence, and the onus is on the driver to update DVLA. I did update DVLA, but I moved numerous times due to domestic abuse. This was in my set aside and part of why it was granted. Evidence was provided at that time. Q Is this going to come up again?    *Also they question how I would be able to comment on the signs if I’m not the driver of the vehicle, as she would not have first hand knowledge, therefore it is the claimants position that she is being disingenuous.  I state that photos will be provided in my bundle. I actually haven’t submitted any but I do also know somebody who had PCN from the same carpark, He gave me all his evidence etc, Mr Booth and he won his case. I linked to the parking pranksters article on it.  Q So is it ok to use such websites and to use photos from someone else?    Thanks 
    • Not anymore now that the right have manipulated voters into voting for a conservative dictatorship.   All of what you've said is just another worrying aspect of what the future holds 
    • Just like all the rubbish spouted over the past 4 years, would, would, would.  What you really mean is COULD.    
    • You're ignoring the most difficult issue in a trade agreement. It's not the tariffs or the lack of them  which is the tough part to reslove but the regulatory standards of the goods to be imported & exported that needs to be decided.   For example the EU banned the import of chlorine washed chicken since 1997 which of course hurts the US, and who are going to be very keen to include it in any new agreement with the UK and will use it to barter prospective concessions in exchange . As a nation we're going to first have to decided whether that is acceptable or not and that alone will be difficult enough to resolve. And that's just one product.   This has all the makings of a category 5 $h1t storm that will last an eternity. 
    • 28 of the 32 wealthiest countries in the world reside within the EU.  Realistically we will need the US because they are one of the few remaining countries outside of the EU that would be worth doing a deal with, but as discussed on here previously, the exact agreement we strike with the US is open to debate.  Should we still want a trade deal with the EU we would need to align our standards with them, which makes a deal with the US harder.   Also 80% of our economy is services.  Try selling financial services to a person in India... or try sending engineers half way round the world just because some numpty has decided trading with the countries geographically closest to us wont work anymore because of immigrants and sovereignty. 
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Bank of England advises people to spend bank notes bearing portrait of first governor of Bank of England by 30 April

 

 

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Around 63m £50 banknotes bearing the portrait of the first governor of the Bank of England, Sir John Houblon are to be withdrawn from circulation in 15 weeks' time.

 

From April 30, only the £50 note which celebrates the 18th century business partnership of entrepreneur Matthew Boulton and engineer James Watt, who helped forge the Industrial Revolution, will hold legal tender status, the Bank of England said

 

Barclays, NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Ulster Bank and the Post Office have agreed to exchange the older-style £50 notes for both customers and non-customers up to the value of £200 until 30 October.

 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/jan/16/houblon-50-note-withdrawn

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Well there you are - if anyone is burdened by an excess of £50 notes - then they can donate them to us.


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You will still be able to exchange them with the Bank of England after this date as they have to accept them.

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And proving that all paper money is as good as toilet paper in reality and coins (with negligible metal value) are as good as other bits of rusty metal you find all around

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about time for this i reckon

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Post Office Ltd will not "Exchange" these notes.

 

They can be accepted, as payment towards a bill or as a deposit into a Bank Account, but due to restrictions on Cash Holdings, Post Offices cannot exchange them.

 

And I wouldn't attempt to just buy a stamp with one as again it'll probably be refused!

 

I'm actually surprised by the banks agreeing to exchange them, as everything I've seen used the wording "Accept", not "Exchange" and in our neck of the woods they try and palm off to us!

 

To be honest the only ones I know who will exchange are the Bank Of England.

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