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Morning all, I hope you have managed to find some time for yourself in what can be a busy period. We have enjoyed spending time with family over the last 3 days, it’s a quiet one today, then off to visit more family tomorrow. I’m not planning anything wild for NYE, but have been really starting to think about what I want…
I've been reading lately that a lot of people have pulled their money out of this fund. Can anyone confirm if this is true, as my SIPP is in this fund and TBH I've not been happy with its rate of return. Would it be wise to transfer into another fund? Is there any (kind of Safe) funds out there that return 5% PA or is this…
Morning Hugs to those that want/need them, those who are poorly and those who are looking after a poorly person x Happy birthday to those with a birthday x Still dark, cooler, wet and rain forecast this afternoon. Dinner last night was sausage, egg, beans and chips. Tonight I'm not sure. Keep safe and well x nmlc x
has anyone encountered this before? - Was looking at a holiday with virgin atlantic to barbados - special treat - 11 days ago price was £5200 for 2 people - went to book on monday and price had jumped by £1200 to £6400. Called them and was advised that as people book and the flights fill up the price increases - never…
Hello, I have been directed to this website to help with a claim form I have received from Gladstones solicitors representing Parking Control Management. They are alleging a breach of parking from back in 2020. I genuinely cannot recall parking at the place that they are saying my vehicle was parked or who was driving a…
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