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Christmas 2012 DLA payments
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Old 25-11-2012, 1:30 PM
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Question Christmas 2012 DLA payments

Does anyone know when my sons DLA payment which is due on 25th December 2012 will be paid please?

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Old 25-11-2012, 2:42 PM
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Possibly the 24th as the 25th is not a bank holiday - just a public one.
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Old 25-11-2012, 3:20 PM
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not a bank holiday - just a public one.
The GOV web site seems to disagree..

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Last year, my pension which was due on Monday 26th, was paid on the previous Friday. I expect the Tuesday payments will be paid on Monday 24th, as the banks are open. Hope that helps.

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Old 26-11-2012, 7:10 AM
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Originally Posted by xylophone View Post
That's actually quite funny - the bank holidays part. I used to work for the government in the 80's-90's and believe me they were not called bank holidays - they were always public holidays, every one got them and no one got paid any money for them. However if I work on a bank holiday then I get double pay. That is the difference as I have always understood it.
But knowing our government it is probably some form of dumbing down for the masses of people who reside in this country - and no I am not suggesting anyoe is dumb or stupid - but our government seem to think a lot of us are! However I thank you for that link.
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