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  1. Thread: Dbs & pip

    by keithl
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    PIP is based on how your condition affects your...

    PIP is based on how your condition affects your ability to do everyday activities. You are required to report a change in circumstances, whether for the better or worse. If your medical procedure...
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    Because the DLA process was purely paper driven. ...

    Because the DLA process was purely paper driven. It is cases like this that mean all PIP applicants have to go through the Atos/Crapita assessment.

    On top of that, he carried out multiple frauds...
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    Some disabilities cause the individual to need to...

    Some disabilities cause the individual to need to use the facilities more frequently. Therefore if it is a flat rate per use, these people have to pay more, which is discrimination. They could...
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    Isn't there an "R" missing from the thread title?

    Isn't there an "R" missing from the thread title?
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    I don't personally remember it, but I understand...

    I don't personally remember it, but I understand that if you had the trike you didn't need to apply for DLA, you were automatically entitled to Motability, The "contract" was possibly the...
  6. I presume that this is the same Labour Party that...

    I presume that this is the same Labour Party that invented ESA and started the discussions that led to the Welfare Reform Act of 2012 and the replacement of DLA with PIP?
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    FCA is the Financial Conduct Authority - the...

    FCA is the Financial Conduct Authority - the organisation that regulates banks, and they have indeed set a deadline by which all PPI claims must be made to banks.

    I really don't think this is any...
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    To be fair to DLF, they do normally come on each...

    To be fair to DLF, they do normally come on each weekday morning and clear the rubbish.
  9. Thread: Capita

    by keithl
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    A friend was never big on watching TV - he used...

    A friend was never big on watching TV - he used to watches some documentaries on iplayer on his PC, which at the time did not need a license and he is now old enough for a free one - a few years ago...
  10. Thread: Fed up with TV

    by keithl
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    Have you checked your freeview reception...

    Have you checked your freeview reception recently? Mine in central Essex (so probably going off the same transmitter as you going by your username) used to be lousy, but suddenly started working OK...
  11. Thread: Fed up with TV

    by keithl
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    You can get a reasonable quality freeview...

    You can get a reasonable quality freeview recorder for much less than £200 - the cheapest in Currys is £125. I bought one on Amazon for £40 (but to be fair I wouldn't recommend that model but...
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    I think this is a general theme for forums in...

    I think this is a general theme for forums in many areas of life - people are moving over to social media.
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    My grandfather was a farm hand and had a tied...

    My grandfather was a farm hand and had a tied cottage with coal fires. I used to stay for a week each school holidays. In what would have been the very late 60s or early 1970s I was staying there...
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    It is getting worse - only two genuine posts on...

    It is getting worse - only two genuine posts on the first page of this section, and they've started to spam the motoring section now as well.
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    Two more on Saturday and another four today.

    Two more on Saturday and another four today.
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    This is the bit that doesn't work on this site. ...

    This is the bit that doesn't work on this site. There have been more this week that are still there.
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    More appearing. I reported two yesterday but...

    More appearing. I reported two yesterday but they are still there.
  18. Thread: Moving home

    by keithl
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    Find out if there is a local Rotaract (young...

    Find out if there is a local Rotaract (young people's Rotary), Lions or Round Table club - these groups have supporting the local community in non-financial ways as part of their ethos. It doesn't...
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    The Housing Association that owns/runs my MIL's...

    The Housing Association that owns/runs my MIL's sheltered block (which is the HA set up by transferring all of the district council's housing stock) will not provide flooring. Even if what is in...
  20. Thread: Sad situation

    by keithl
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    Would SW accept you and the grandchildren moving...

    Would SW accept you and the grandchildren moving in with daughter so that you can supervise / monitor but would have more space, whilst they sort out a permanent or long term solution?
  21. My smart meter gave my supplier (British Gas) the...

    My smart meter gave my supplier (British Gas) the ability to make my Electricity free on Sundays (I could pick from either Sat or Sun). All I need to do now is train the family to save non urgent...
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    I'm guessing that this is designed to compare...

    I'm guessing that this is designed to compare with the range of most scooters - not many have a 30 mile range.
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    There are a number of companies that offer a...

    There are a number of companies that offer a breakdown "get you home service". Motability use Autohome, but they are not the only one. You may also be able to get it as an extension to an insurance...
  24. Thread: wet room

    by keithl
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    My mother in law had a wet room fitted a few...

    My mother in law had a wet room fitted a few years ago. The previous tenant in her sheltered flat had replaced the bathroom at his own expense, and it was all modern units and full tiled including...
  25. I'm with British Gas for both Gas and...

    I'm with British Gas for both Gas and Electricity. I was already on a capped rate tariff (can go down if the standard rate goes down, but can't go up past the rate as at when I locked it). After...
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