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  1. Also, even if they did manage to get the...

    Also, even if they did manage to get the assessments right, instead of just failing one of them; you can fail both together at the same time.

    Brilliant idea. Not.
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    Very true SQ. This forum's on its way out, I...

    Very true SQ.
    This forum's on its way out, I reckon.
    I rarely look in now for the same reason. It's clearly too easy to register.

    As Number7 suggested, try.....
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    WaterAid income for year 2016 accounting period...

    WaterAid income for year 2016 accounting period was £85,475,000.
    All of the 'eye-watering' financial figures are towards the end of this report. ...
  4. As I understand the process, the 'Choice Based...

    As I understand the process, the 'Choice Based Lettings' schemes are administered by the local Councils; not the Housing Associations. As such, there should be a Senior Housing Officer who should be...
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    Not much of a survey for me. 2 questions, then...

    Not much of a survey for me.
    2 questions, then finished.
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    I've now seen this advert twice - once during...

    I've now seen this advert twice - once during breakfast and once at teatime.

    V.I.Poo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L37-3v7DyYs
  7. Thread: tv would u?

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    Yes, and probably in the privacy of their own...

    Yes, and probably in the privacy of their own cave.
    But not on my telly they haven't. (Wasn't Stan Ogden a good mate of Eddie Yates?)
    Any others who would have made 'a lovely couple'?

    It's...
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    "Over the same period there were 58 and 52...

    "Over the same period there were 58 and 52 percent of missing post or documents....." ??

    I've had a lot more than 0.005% of mine go missing.
    When one 'lot' went missing, I resent the 'lot' again...
  9. Thread: UFO Space

    by adexico
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    I'm curious about 'sightings' as well. They're...

    I'm curious about 'sightings' as well.
    They're always unexplained convincingly, and 'you' are normally the only person who witnesses the event.

    Try a Google search for 'UFO sightings' - you are...
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    Here's the 'current' live tracking on a 'Royal...

    Here's the 'current' live tracking on a 'Royal Mail 48 hour Tracked' service, for a parcel I sent last year (just).

    05-JAN-2017 04:09 Accepted at Inward Mail Centre Greenford Mail Centre...
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    I haven't paid for fillings, extractions or...

    I haven't paid for fillings, extractions or X-rays. Implants are not 'generally' available though.

    This link may help, but another consideration is that maybe the availability differs between...
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    birdwatcher - maybe a misunderstanding. It's not...

    birdwatcher - maybe a misunderstanding.
    It's not a certificate as such, it's just a personalised letter confirming entitlement to benefits.

    Phone the office that deals with your ESA claim and...
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    I have absolutely no experience with making cider...

    I have absolutely no experience with making cider from raw materials - in fact the cider that I made wasn't even that good from shop-bought kits (my opinion).

    Instead of throwing away the fruit,...
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    Broke another tooth over the weekend - very...

    Broke another tooth over the weekend - very badly.
    Went to the local Dental Access Centre (walk-in, no appointments).
    Extracted, at no cost.

    To use the NHS service for charge-exempt services,...
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    Not all work is covered by the NHS. My dentist...

    Not all work is covered by the NHS.

    My dentist wanted to charge 'private fees' for what I needed. I said no, and he referred me to Birmingham Dental Hospital where everything was done free of...
  16. Thread: Post missing?

    by adexico
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    nukecad. Thanks for the info, but why do...

    nukecad. Thanks for the info, but why do regular's postings get delayed/ deleted?

    Is it just random, or is there an algorithm (or something) within the text of the message that highlights a...
  17. Thread: Post missing?

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    Some of mine don't appear either. I've even...

    Some of mine don't appear either.

    I've even sent a message to the 'contact us' email address - and never had a reply.

    Maybe some of the regulars on here should consider operating their own...
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    Capita were also involved with the Irish Postcode...

    Capita were also involved with the Irish Postcode shambles (Eircode), which have a 3 digit routing code followed by a totally random 4 alphanumeric code. For example, our daughters Eircode ends H9F4,...
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    As you paid by debit card, contact your issuer. ...

    As you paid by debit card, contact your issuer.

    Taken from the UK Cards Association.
    "Debit cards do not provide the same level of legal protection as you would have when using a credit card (see...
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    Wishing you well. Come back soon - your forum...

    Wishing you well.

    Come back soon - your forum needs you!!
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    Did the Tenancy Agreement state that he couldn't?...

    Did the Tenancy Agreement state that he couldn't?

    I reckon that many landlords give very little concern as to what's contained in 'their' Tenancy Agreement, but seem to give great emphasis on...
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    I presume the post #4 from deebee crossed over...

    I presume the post #4 from deebee crossed over with mine.

    The other site referred to in that post I believe is ...
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    Sorry can't help, but just like to say we had a...

    Sorry can't help, but just like to say we had a twin-tub washer and separate spin dryer.

    Couldn't go wrong. They were either on or off, and no clothes ruined as far as I remember.
    And when Daz...
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    It might be worth checking out if you qualify for...

    It might be worth checking out if you qualify for the Warm Home Discount Scheme.

    https://www.gov.uk/the-warm-home-discount-scheme/eligibility
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    I remember a bloke who used to ride a bike down...

    I remember a bloke who used to ride a bike down the middle of the road, as he thought it was safer; due to driver's judging their distance better as they passed him on the inside. (possibly logical?)...
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