@London1971 yes take precautions, and the full tank of fuel isn't a bad idea, the Legacy media are fomenting panic, so buying in a couple of essentials extra with the shop rather than a panic stockpile should be OK. Next one to circulate? Could be Trump wants to buy the UK as Denmark won't sell him Greenland. Mind you that UK/US Trade deal might do that in all but name.
Hi Jamberson..thanks for the advice. I agree multiple signs may annoy the local residents. I still believe that the signage was not clearly available on the day and it is down to the LA to ensure those signs are clearly displayed.Ironic that a week later all those bushes and foliage had been cut right back. If the LA deemed the signage was displayed correctly in the first place why cut back that foliage later on that week? That is what I am basing my argument on. Anyway I am at the NTO stage now and have submitted that reason for not paying the original fine. Let's see how that goes. I have 56 days. Reading through the forums I can see that other LA's have failed to comply with the 56 day timeline and consequently had to quash the fine due to procedural impropriety...
As much as I would like to think you are right, I disagree. It's too much to do in too little time in order to stop a no deal. Parliament isn't going to be recalled, MP's are on holiday, basically while Rome burns.
Buy toilet paper, make sure your petrol tank is brimmed, have some cash for October 31st, maybe nothing will happen, but I remember the panic buying in the 2000 fuel crisis. You only need to look at the financial crash in 2008 to see how close we were to a run on the banks.
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!