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    Query for DLFteam.

    It appears that during the recant forum rebranding users 'subscriptions' may have been lost?

    I had certain threads subscribed so that I could easily find them again, but I just went to look for...
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    If they delete it then they have no need to...

    If they delete it then they have no need to contact you, but might send out a generic message anyway to say they'te deleting it all.
    That might be just somewhere on their website rather than...
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    If you are connecting a smart TV to the internet...

    If you are connecting a smart TV to the internet then it's just the same as any computer and should have AntiVirus protection.

    (The same applies to anything that you can connect to the internet,...
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    Sorry I've deleted it and cleared the bin, so...

    Sorry I've deleted it and cleared the bin, so can't quote the rest.

    It was just about data sharing, and the supermarkets now becoming the Data Controller for anything that the gov shared with...
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    Stupid Government email.

    I just got an email from GOV.UK, from the 'Corona Virus Support Team', it starts like this:



    Err,
    I enquired about it at the start of the first lockdown in March 2020, because the NHS sent me...
  6. Thread: Time to leave.

    by nukecad
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    Just to go back to the question of whether I...

    Just to go back to the question of whether I should apply for PIP or not. (Which has also been raised previously in other threads).

    Yesterday I had a phone call from the Housing Associations...
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    What model of Gerberit is it? (An Aquafresh...

    What model of Gerberit is it? (An Aquafresh maybe?).

    What is the actual fault - is it with the flushing or with the cleaning function?

    Whilst I'm not familiar with Gerberit toilets; Gerberit...
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    A laugh does you good, I had plenty more but as a...

    A laugh does you good, I had plenty more but as a forum moderator myself I don't use that kind of langauge on fora (well not much anyway).

    Of course there are many similar for DWP - I'll give you...
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    Is that 'Palm to forehead'? or 'Programmed to...

    Is that 'Palm to forehead'? or 'Programmed to fail'? or maybe 'Permanent temporary fix'?

    Either one of those would suit the DWP in general.
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    And talking about what you may qualify for, but...

    And talking about what you may qualify for, but on a different note.

    I've earlier this evening been talking to the finance guy at the new Housing Association, and due to my situation they are...
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    Ah, but that's the issue. I don't go to sleep...

    Ah, but that's the issue.

    I don't go to sleep suddenly so there is no substantial risk from that point of view.

    Instead I go to sleep as anyone may normally do - I just may not wake up as...
  12. Thread: Time to leave.

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    Now in my new flat and posting this from here. ...

    Now in my new flat and posting this from here.

    The furniture move took a whole 45 minutes from the guys turning up at the old place to them driving off from the new place.

    Still got some...
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    Moving van is coming Wednesday morning for the...

    Moving van is coming Wednesday morning for the furniture and then apart from a quick clean here that's me moved.

    I've been taking smaller stuff across in my big (85 litre) rucksack - and doing my...
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    Could you say what benefits your son is claiming?...

    Could you say what benefits your son is claiming?
    And if those benefits have/are building up into becoming a large amount in the bank if they are not being spen each week/month?

    You seem to have...
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    Not a great problem, I was just mentioning it ...

    Not a great problem, I was just mentioning it

    It's something that can often happen when changing or updating vB.
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    Yes it was her first one.

    Yes it was her first one.
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    My pub landlady, 40 yo, has been laid up for 2...

    My pub landlady, 40 yo, has been laid up for 2 days with bad flu like symptoms following her AZ jab.

    First person I've personally known to have a bad reaction.
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    Oddly I got a brown one on Thursday, I guess some...

    Oddly I got a brown one on Thursday, I guess some departments/offices haven't changed yet.
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    Maybe not, In a drawer, under the telephone...

    Maybe not,

    In a drawer, under the telephone book, I've found another letter addressed to a Mr C..... which looks to be from April so maybe he moved in after she moved out.
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    Hi DLFteam, It seems that during the recent...

    Hi DLFteam,

    It seems that during the recent rebrand/style changes of the forum some links may have gone missing.

    For example today I tried to follow the link in this post:...
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    Well I've found out who the previous tenant was....

    Well I've found out who the previous tenant was.
    I got a letter addressed to her through the door at the new flat and talking to the ladies in the Heritage Centre next to my old place to tell them...
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    I think it may end up a bit like the MP's who...

    I think it may end up a bit like the MP's who 'live on benefits' for a week and then think they know all about what it's like.

    So it may actually come as a backlash in the form of: 'We did it for...
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    Presumably it will be much the same as when they...

    Presumably it will be much the same as when they tried using PIP paperwork to try and assess ESA and Vice-versa a few years ago - that failed miserably.

    Of course MP's and Ministers change and...
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    That was always a worry, in effect they will be...

    That was always a worry, in effect they will be doing two assessments for different benefits with (mostly) different questions for the different descriptors.
    Unless they do some jiggery pokery with...
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    by nukecad
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    I decided not to switch to UC just yet, maybe a...

    I decided not to switch to UC just yet, maybe a month or two after I move.

    I've just got a butgeting loan on ESA (well it should be in the bank Friday) so I'm not telling the DWP about the change...
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