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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Hastings Borough Council data breach on eve of new rules

    Hastings Borough Council data breach on eve of new rules

    On the eve of strict new data regulations being introduced a council email about the changes accidentally revealed people's personal data. Hastings Borough Council's culture team sent out correspondence about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes in on Friday. It provides Europeans...
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  • rockwell
    started a topic Claim Form

    Claim Form

    Hello All,
    Having successfully seen off Barclaycard and Cap One thanks to this forum, I have now received a CC claim form (commencing Tues 5th June) relating to care home fees owed to the local County Council and outstanding since 2013.
    The outstanding fees are for a relative and the original...
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  • rgally64
    started a topic Paying council direct

    Paying council direct

    Hello all tried to settle an old Pcn from the council after a visit from the bailiffs they sent my cheque back and also blocked my payment online I thought I had a right to avoid the bailiff and settle with the creditor direct
    Many thanks
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic freehold on mortgaged property

    freehold on mortgaged property

    This question is from a friend which i found interesting so I'm going to ask your views on it if you will please .

    Jo Blogs buys a house he has a mortgage . The property is freehold .
    If he paid for the freehold outright can he then live on the land and not in the mortgaged house...
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  • julian
    started a topic Summons for Magistrates Court

    Summons for Magistrates Court

    A bit unusual and not much info found. Has anybody any pointers?

    A colleague has had some work done on a party wall, with an agreed Party Wall surveyor. Unfortunately, last minute costs have been awarded to a neighbour with additional costs for the surveyor. There is no breakdown of costs,...
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  • Ban lorries from using car sat-navs, say councils

    [img]http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/660/cpsprodpb/16322/production/_89641909_ciay7zaugaenct-.jpg[/img]

    Did he NOT see the big yellow n big warning sign ???

    More here ---> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38775559...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic Considering parents moving in

    Considering parents moving in

    As my parents disability is getting worse especially with my dad's Parkinson's nearing the advanced stages - we have talked about them moving in with us - we have 3 spare rooms and a spare bathroom .

    I'm not so sure though because my dad is awake most of the night and then there is the...
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  • Cost of a basic funeral soars for the 13th year running

    Cost of a basic funeral soars for the 13th year running

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 14th September 2016 16:00
    The cost of a basic funeral has risen for the 13th year running to an average £3,897. Experts warn that if the trend continues thousands of families will
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  • Pixie
    started a topic Dad's council tax

    Dad's council tax

    Yet again I'm sorting out my dad's stuff.

    Last Thursday (8th) he got a letter from the council saying that he'd missed paying an instalment of his council tax and, as it was the second time he'd missed, he'd lost the right to pay in instalments. They wanted the remainder of the year's council...
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  • Tornadotechie
    started a topic SCS faulty after delivery

    SCS faulty after delivery

    Hi there,

    I bought a sofa from SCS back in January. The sofa arrived about 6 weeks later. After delivery we noticed some damage on the sofa which was reported within a few days. They sent out a technician to look at the damage, he took photos and sent a report to SCS. I said I didn't...
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  • Deepie
    started a topic Council tax band appeal

    Council tax band appeal

    I'm moving into a new 2 bed bungalow ...got my council tax band the other day (c) this is only a small 2 bed bungalow

    On the same road there are 4 bed much larger houses with the same band ....

    So today I've appealed ......

    Here ----> https://www.gov.uk/c...
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  • nanna58
    started a topic Gob smacked

    Gob smacked

    OK hubby being a builder did a garden wall for someone last year, at the end if the job the customer asked would he replace some slabs out the back ,he took up the old ones and put down the new ones .He did it cheaply as a favour because they couldn't afford much.A almost a year on and they rang again...
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  • Losttheplot
    started a topic Big ESA problem

    Big ESA problem

    Hello - my first post,
    i claimed ESA contributory in December 2012. I was on long term sick from work and coming to the end of my statutory sick pay and so was advised to claim ESA. I made the telephone application and was awarded it (ESA C ) without any problem - I had long term health issues,...
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  • Licence fee dodgers to be fined more if they have Sky Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar

    Licence fee dodgers to be fined more if they have Sky Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 19th May 2016 16:18
    Penalties could be doubled for viewers who have subscriptions channels


    • Fines could double
    ...
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  • Council tax bailiffs should be called off, say charities

    Council tax bailiffs should be called off, say charities

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 4th May 2016 19:21
    Vulnerable residents with council tax debts should be given breathing space to repay arrears rather than face the threat of bailiffs, two charities say.
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