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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 17:49:30 
Started by VXL V6 - Last post by VXL V6
Refurbished Diff (new seals, fresh fluid and coat of paint) fitted, aircon pipe replaced and further repair put in place, tyre repaired and cam cover gasket replaced. :)

Many thanks as always :)

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 17:41:15 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Nick W
General concessus amongst the ex forces bods at work is that Corbyn will find himself 'slotted' should he ever find himself anywhere near becoming PM... So there is some hope ;)


Assassinating any head of government always ends well.....
Doing it to your own is spectacularly stupid.

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 17:38:48 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Nick W
Maybe you should look at it again .
The referendum result was OUT .
If you think that the end result of all the influence you speak of ( or better described as machinations ) is to get "approval " then you're deluded .
It is simply to prevent the UK's departure from the eu .




I've no delusions:


The referendum was In or Out. There was nothing to vote on for how either of those things were to be accomplished. That there should have been is something that we, as an electorate, should have insisted upon before allowing the government to hold a referendum


The three governments(Cameron's, May's and post-election May) had to get what they could from the EU(who held all the cards) whilst attempting to satisfy all the various Leave requirements - who were never an organised campaign. Each government made their work harder by reducing their support within the Conservative party.


Parliament has repeatedly and consistently made clear that all of the touted deals were utterly unsatisfactory for everybody. That is what a representative parliament is for.


 64 
 on: Yesterday at 17:26:10 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
Corbyn will be 72 at the next election, there's a good chance he could peg it without the need for 'slotting'.  ;D

.....and I'm sure you'll be extremely sad when his toes curl up. :)

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 17:10:53 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Corbyn will be 72 at the next election, there's a good chance he could peg it without the need for 'slotting'.  ;D
No need to take chances :D

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 17:05:39 
Started by pscocoa - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
Your case would be under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 which replaced, along with two others, the Sales of Goods Act 1979.

As you purchased and had fitted the new pulley in 2016, this is the Act you claim under as, your case would be, the part or installation was not of satisfactory quality and failed well beyond what can be considered as a reasonable period of time.  The "2 year guarantee / warranty" has no affect on your claim under the terms of the Consumer Rights Act.  Your small claims court action must be against the immediate original supplier, the dealer, and not against the manufacturer. They can make their own claim against VW if they so wish;)

Thanks Lizzie.

Pleasure :-* :y

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 17:03:37 
Started by pscocoa - Last post by pscocoa
Your case would be under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 which replaced, along with two others, the Sales of Goods Act 1979.

As you purchased and had fitted the new pulley in 2016, this is the Act you claim under as, your case would be, the part or installation was not of satisfactory quality and failed well beyond what can be considered as a reasonable period of time.  The "2 year guarantee / warranty" has no affect on your claim under the terms of the Consumer Rights Act.  Your small claims court action must be against the immediate original supplier, the dealer, and not against the manufacturer. They can make their own claim against VW if they so wish;)

Thanks Lizzie.

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 16:48:56 
Started by Varche - Last post by jimmy944


So went off to rubbish recycling tip. Dreaded it expecting the usual inquisition “ what sort of rubbish, trade? Plus added complication of foerign car reg so you arent a council tax payer” neednt have worried as they are shut to public Mondays and Tuesdays.......so still loaded to the gunwhales with junk.at least I didnt get a puncture.

'Kin ell Varche,  I'm knackered already this week, no need for you to make me go thinking its only Tuesday!!  :y

But to answer your point, yes, its painful and has become noticeably more so in the past couple of years.

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 16:47:56 
Started by Varche - Last post by STEMO
Condolences with regards to the bereavement, Varche. I have had a similar afternoon dealing with a payroll provider. It used to be simple when the payroll provider was part of the same local authority that ran the school but, of course, it's all been farmed out to private companies now, all in the name of economy efficiency.
Like pulling teeth, except the tooth is still there even after all the pain.

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 16:40:09 
Started by Varche - Last post by Varche
I am in the Uk sorting out stuff following a bereavement. It is just like being in Spain . Everything takes so long and doesnt work.

Rang solicitor for a copy of will. Got there and they had double booked me and not got the copy from the Leicester office. To their credit they said it would  be there in an hour.

So went off to rubbish recycling tip. Dreaded it expecting the usual inquisition “ what sort of rubbish, trade? Plus added complication of foerign car reg so you arent a council tax payer” neednt have worried as they are shut to public Mondays and Tuesdays.......so still loaded to the gunwhales with junk.at least I didnt get a puncture.

Back to solicitor and it was there , back to base . Ruddy afternoon gone.

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