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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Employment tribunal fees unlawful, Supreme Court rules

    Employment tribunal fees unlawful, Supreme Court rules

    Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants. The government introduced fees of up to £1,200 in 2013 to reduce the number of malicious and weak cases, but that led to a 79% reduction over three years....
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  • InvisibleMan
    started a topic Invisible Man's UE diary

    Invisible Man's UE diary

    Background to how I got into this mess:

    Around 10 years ago I had a well-paid job and a top notch credit score. I had a few credit cards I hardly used, but no outstanding debt. I went into a lone business venture for a pension pot. I borrowed heavily through bank loans. They couldn’t...
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    Last edited by InvisibleMan; 11 June 2017, 19:44.

  • Let the fun commence - 6 year journey starts here!

    Hi guys and gals

    After a lot of researching and googling, i have decided to make nest on AAD

    I will list my debts soon, but to summarise i have 8 debts totalling around £35,000 (Eeeek!). It was £42,000 but i was diligently paying into a DMP via Stepchange for the last...
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  • daisy
    started a topic CCJ from 2005

    CCJ from 2005

    I have an old CCJ from 2005 for a store card which I have been paying £10 a month for, however, I will quite soon be moving and will have no employment or assets for them to consider chasing.

    My question is, can I simply tell them to go forth? as I feel that I've more than repaid what...
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  • Roscoe
    started a topic Roscoe UE Diary

    Roscoe UE Diary

    Hi everyone, I’m a newcomer but in need of a lot of help. My journey into debt began a long time ago but accelerated with the financial crash. I was self-employed and one of 3 directors of a small limited company from 2003-2007. The business was doing quite well but began to lose customers and contracts...
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  • Johng27
    started a topic Johng27 - My diary

    Johng27 - My diary

    I have been a member of the forum for a few weeks now and I would like to thank everyone who has given excellent support and guidance in my initial findings phase.

    I started a thread at http://forums.all-about-debt.co.uk/s...about-UE-route but am now going...
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  • MustGetStraigh
    started a topic Mortgage advice.. changing jobs.

    Mortgage advice.. changing jobs.

    I did post earlier about remortgaging. But we decided to wait as interest rates were looking to drop.

    Dilemma. Can currently get a decent drop in monthly payments though current provider, very easily. No credit check so can sort online and have sorted within days.

    However,...
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  • qwerty123
    started a topic Letter from DWP

    Letter from DWP

    Hi Everyone sorry if i go on bit but I'm feeling sick and low ...

    My wife gets Contribution ESA in support group, Going back a bit she was getting income related ESA as we had a split where i moved out for three years, we sorted and i moved back and pledged to help by getting a job etc,...
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  • Three-day working week 'optimal for over-40s'

    Three-day working week 'optimal for over-40s'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 18th April 2016 13:07
    Workers aged over 40 perform at their best if they work three days a week, according to economic researchers.
    Their research analysed the work habits and brain
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  • TibetanMonk
    started a topic Where do I stand?

    Where do I stand?

    Hey guys,

    I've had an issue at work where my probation has been extended due to a few things that haven't been completed on time. This probation was extended yesterday morning over the phone by my line manager, I had to go to the doctors yesterday morning which I forgot about, and it wasn't...
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  • Best way forward to use windfall money to clear DMP debts

    Hi all

    We have been in a DMP since March last year. We started with £94k debt and that is currently down to about £84k. About £11k is potentially UE (I have a thread on another part of the forum about this).

    So.....potential debt balance is £73k.

    By September...
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    Last edited by January2015; 9 March 2016, 05:42.

  • Aimee09
    started a topic Sunny and lendingstream help

    Sunny and lendingstream help

    Hi I'm looking for some advice regarding sunny and lendingstream i currently have 3 loans with sunny and 5 loans with the lending stream I have received an email from lending stream offering a waiver of all 5 loans a total of nearly £900 after sending an email of complaint about irresponsible lending...
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  • Digital tax: 'HMRC wants a direct link to everyone's bank accounts'

    Digital tax: 'HMRC wants a direct link to everyone's bank accounts'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 31st January 2016 08:35
    Have you filed your return by today's deadline? Next time the process will be different as HMRC rolls out new, digital services

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  • nightwatch
    started a topic pay slips, are we supposed to have them

    pay slips, are we supposed to have them

    Hi all, daughter is having a slight problem with our boss about pay slips.

    we work for a local taxi firm that is contracted by local council to take children to and from school, they have to bid for the work,
    we are paid in cash each week but don't get paid if off, ill or holidays,...
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  • Disability benefit tests have doubled in cost, says NAO

    Disability benefit tests have doubled in cost, says NAO

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 9th January 2016 09:37
    Disability benefit assessments have doubled in cost to £579m a year but targets are still being missed, the National Audit Office has said.

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