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    • I get the distinct impression they would not vote to bring down a government thats promising Brexit deal or no deal until after Oct and a hard Brexit.   I don't doubt that would suit Corbyn too.
    • No no mention of overtime. So let me get this correct, you basically have no rights in your first two years of working somewhere. 
    • Yup they would not oppose a no deal, but ... Almost impossible to imagine they wouldn't vote to bring down a Tory Government.  
    • I will send a copy of the lodgers agreement, a table that lists all the monies owed and paid for, copies of the bills that were outstanding the other lodgers paid for. I’m also relying on the fact that pre-court proceedings were not followed, that I had a different address which I will prove from a letter I received from the Department of Work and Pensions and that the name the claim is against only approximates to mine. The claim was therefore incorrectly addressed to an unknown name.  The claimant also has failed to provide a breakdown of how these figures have been reached. It’s ludicrous to state that I owe him over £2300 when the monthly rent was £700 and he stayed for 6 months and had a £1000 deposit. Even if you disregard the outstanding bills / damages due he is claiming he overpaid by 50% I.e. effectively his rent, after refunding him his deposit, was £150 per month. This doesn’t fit with current London rental rates. I hope this will demonstrate the absurdity of this claim. 
    • I think HB hit the nail on the head with the Johnson/Farage match   The Tories under anyone are extremely unlikely to win any general election. [sounds like} Hunt has said that theres no way he would call one.   Johnson Campaigning with Farage .....   Both are 'pals' of Trump Johnson IS linked with Bannon and Farage ...     There would appear to be in the order of 25 labour MP's who would vote for a no deal exit, and have indicated they would vote to prevent the overthrow of of a Tory hard Brexiter.   I think there are far more than that Tories who WOULD vote to prevent a no deal Brexit, but there are at least 70 Tories who would vote for a no deal Brexit.- possibly more.       .. and of course Corbyn has now started the process to deselect any Labour Mp's who aren't Corbynites ready for the general election.  
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Got Vanquis ROP Repayment Option Plan - REad ME...Peter Crook - Provident CEO Steps Down -

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The FCA is stepping in About Vanquis and ROP

Provident CEO resigns as board warns losses may reach £120m

 

Peter Crook, chief executive of Provident Financial Group, has resigned after a restructure dismantled the sales and collections performance in the lender’s home credit business.

 

A comprehensive change to the operating model for the home credit division, which involved employing full-time customer experience managers instead of self-employed agents, reaped severe disruption through operations and business performance - and ultimately cost Crook his job.

 

 

ROP FCA investigation

 

Vanquis investigation

Provident added that Vanquis Bank is co-operating with the FCA’s investigation into its repayment option plan, an ancillary product. This option contributes gross revenues, before impairment and costs, of around £70m a year.

 

The FCA indicated that it is investigating the period from 1 April 2014 to 19 April 2016. Vanquis Bank agreed with the FCA to enter into a voluntary requirement to suspend all new sales of the plan in April 2016 and to conduct a customer contact exercise, which has now been completed.

 

Vanquis Bank has also agreed with the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), pending the outcome of the FCA investigation, not to pay dividends to, or enter into certain transactions outside the normal course of business with, Provident Financial Group without the PRA’s consent.

 

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