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  • Spent2much
    started a topic carers allowance

    carers allowance

    My dad is in a care home permanent now so my mum is on her own . She is a cancer survivor she has asthma and is bent over with age sciatica - she cannot make her own meals properly as she can't stand straight so i make them for her and i am there twice a day to make sure she has eaten and i do all her...
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  • Please help - Single, student mum owing £3500 in housing benefit overpayment

    Hi there, I am really hoping that someone may be able to help me at all as i am so worried.


    I am a single mum and I am in my third year of my degree course. I have just received a letter that housing benefit has been overpaid to me since 2014 and i now owe them £3500! They never...
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  • HOUSING BENIFIT AND CARERS ALLOWANCE/ATTENDANCE ALOWANCE

    Hi i was hoping someone could give me some advice as i am thinking of moving in with the person i care for and was wondering how it would effect the persons housing benefit he gets attendance allowance and i claim carers for him any advice would be most welcome as last time i had a problem with the...
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  • Peter42
    started a topic NatWest Gold Account missold

    NatWest Gold Account missold

    Hi

    I'm hoping someone will be able to help I was sold gold advantage account in 2009 and advised that to have my overdraft from previous bank matched I needed to have gold account. Advised bank employee that I didn't have driving licence or car therefore breakdown cover was irrelevant...
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  • Government should stop councils using bailiffs ‘on vulnerable taxpayers’

    Government should stop councils using bailiffs ‘on vulnerable taxpayers’

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 12th April 2016 16:04
    The government should stop local authorities passing council tax debts to bailiffs in the case of the most vulnerable residents, according
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  • Osborne Admits Disability Cuts Were A Mistake

    Osborne Admits Disability Cuts Were A Mistake

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 23rd March 2016 07:34
    The Chancellor admits his unpopular disability benefit cuts were wrong and will be scrapped saying: "We are all in this together."

    George Osborne
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  • Elderly relative and housing benefit

    Hiya

    Wonder if I could just a quick question for an elderly relative. His youngest son is moving back in with him to give him support in day to day activities as his health and mobility are not what they were. He's an OAP and currently receives housing and council tax benefit and is concerned...
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  • EU referendum: Cameron announces date of vote

    The prime minister made his historic statement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet on his EU reform deal.


    He said he had told ministers he will recommend remaining in a reformed EU.

    More --->
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-35621079
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic Received my PIP form today

    Received my PIP form today

    I just received my PIP form today and im not going through with it , just had a massive panic attack reading all about the assessment i can't cope with this anxiety over this and waiting for the assessment will cause me more illness im in tears here and there is no way im going to put a claim in i just...
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic SSE follows E.On with gas price cut

    SSE follows E.On with gas price cut

    SSE follows E.On with gas price cut

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 31st January 2016 08:27
    The UK's second biggest energy supplier SSE is to cut its standard gas tariff for domestic customers by 5.3%.

    SSE is the second of the big six suppliers to announce
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  • working tax credits changes for self employed from 6th April 2016

    We received a letter yesterday telling us about the changes that will happen next year .

    Basically as we can understand self employed people need to be earning the minimum wage which is £6.70 per hour , for us this is just not possible as business is very slow right now , my husband made...
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  • Wiggle61
    started a topic Might be the wrong sub-forum but CCJ advice....

    Might be the wrong sub-forum but CCJ advice....

    I received a default in 2009 and they subsequently applied a CCJ in 2011 which expires March 2017. Currently paying £45 per month and £2.5 outstanding in total.

    I need to re-mortgage and would like to be in a position to do so as soon as this CCJ drops off. There will be about £2K...
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  • Tibby
    started a topic Worried sick about overpayment

    Worried sick about overpayment

    So glad i have found this forum three weeks ago a letter arrived from the DWP telling me i had a interview with a compliance officer i had to google what this was and found out it was some sort of fraud investigator.So i rang the number on the letter and was told that i was over the limit of £6000...
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  • Virgin starts automatic compensation for train delays

    Virgin starts automatic compensation for train delays

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 3rd October 2015 10:38
    Virgin has become the first train company to automatically compensate some passengers if they are delayed. From Saturday 3 October, travellers using its services
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  • SXGuy
    started a topic HSBC advance monthly charges

    HSBC advance monthly charges

    Does anyone know what the monthly charges of 12.95 entitled you to? I've got my sar back but there was nothing which included a breakdown of what you got for the monthly fee other than overdraft facility. I know there was things like phone insurance but can't remember what else.?
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