Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About garrence

  • Rank
    Registered User

Personal Information

  • Location
  1. The fees on cashlocator.org.uk are buried within the terms & conditions. I think that hiding them in this way is an offence under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations. Contact Trading Standards.
  2. The CPS are basing the case on a falsehood - that the food is worth £33. Iceland's Chief Exec tells us that they only throw out food that cannot be sold or given away. Therefore the food is worth £0. The CPS and police are embarrassing themselves.
  3. It defines "taxi" as follows: “taxi”— (a)means a vehicle which is licensed under section 37 of the Town Police Clauses Act 1847 or section 6 of the Metropolitan Public Carriage Act 1869, and (b)in sections 162 and 165 to 167, also includes a taxi licensed under section 10 of the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982,
  4. The requirements relating to taxis are Sections 160 to 173 of the Equality Act.
  5. CanoeEngland's PaddleAbility pages are a good place to start learning about canoeing for disabled people.
  6. It's just a cost to the business for meeting their obligations under the Equalities Act (which replaced the DDA). The Act would apply to all taxi companies and thus is fair to all. It's quite normal for a business to spend some revenue from able-bodied customers on making reasonable adjustments to accommodate their disabled customers. The owner of the taxi company has done a Ratner.
  7. "Anyone with information is asked to contact South Yorkshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 105 of today’s date." There are cameras which log the number plates of passing cars on police national computer immediately before that stretch of road. Those logs can be combined with your description of that man and the damage to the vehicle.
  8. Do you have paperwork that itemises that says the cost of the sofa is X, the cost of the insurance is Y and they add up to the total you spent? You could turn it to your advantage by cancelling the insurance for a refund of that part of the fee. http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/england/consumer_e/consumer_professional_and_financial_services_e/consumer_insurance_e/consumer_managing_your_insurance_policy_e/cancelling_an_insurance_policy.htm
  9. Try Savills on Division St (in front of the Forum).
  10. In other news, rents in Page Hall are expected to increase by £725 per annum...
  11. I'll find it hard to not giggle if I see teenagers walking around with rugs over their shoulders.... http://uk.burberry.com/
  12. That's wrong. Starbucks are obliged to provide a copy of footage featuring the OP upon their request. They can charge a fee of up to £10. If they feel that the inclusion of images of other people will unfairly intrude on their privacy then they can obscure those persons images. However they cannot refuse to provide the footage to the OP. To say they would only provide footage to the police would be unlawful. See the Information Commissioner's CCTV Code of Practice, particularly section 9.2 about subject access requests.
  13. If you have a new one delivered then you can oblige the retailer to take away the old one under WEEE regulations.
  14. Hawleys have a mobile fitting service. Also if you go to yell.com and put in "tyres" and your postcode, you can get up a map of local tyre fitting firms then call and ask about home fitting.
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.