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  1. Thank you - that's (sort of) reassuring but incredibly angering. It's just an impossible situation for me, that requires immediate action from them to rectify (essentially they're accusing me of owing money I don't - something of which I have proof) and I need them to stop the threat they're dangling over me. In angers me that they have time to make these threats....yet seemingly no time to check if they're justified, or to even discuss them. I feel very much like I'm being bullied by a system that is bigger and has more power for me. I can't think of many other institutions who would threaten you over money you don't owe and not offer the ability to ask them what is going on......
  2. Thanks. I've tried that form - no response yet and it's been over a week. The problem is that the issue is pretty urgent, and all the time it's causing me stress. I'll keep trying the number, but obviously its becoming a problem as I'm trying all time from work and never getting anything.
  3. I have an important matter I need to discuss with Sheffield Council, regarding my Council Tax and can't get in touch with them at all. I have tried everything - their phone lines, no matter what day, what time say "all our operators are busy and you can't join a queue" and go dead. I have tried at the time they open, the time they close, all day, different days - nothing. I have sent three emails and had no responses. My only solution is to book time off work to go and visit them in person, but even then I'm not sure the person at the reception desk could help me. Is it even possible to get in touch with them? I don't see how their phones can ever be staffed - there just seems to be no way. I'm stressed and worried as the matter needs urgent attention, and don;t know what to do. Is it even legal for a council to do this? Are others experiencing the same? What is the solution? Thanks in advance - all I want to do is speak to someone at the council.
  4. Do you think it was a lookalike then? People were asking him to sign their little bags of Quorn, but that doesn't mean anything I guess.
  5. Did anyone else see Mo Farah today, giving out Quorn pieces in town? I'm not sure if it was the actual Mo Farah or a lookalike, but he seemed very happy. He was giving out little bags of Quorn to people, and each person he gave it to he said either 'Practice' or 'Protein'. Just before he was about to leave, he started ripping open the bags and throwing the Quorn pieces around like it was confetti shouting 'Practice, Protein, Practice, Protein' over and over again until he went off in the Quorn-branded white van. What did other people that saw it think? Was good fun, and lovely to see!
  6. Last time she toured tickets were £120 each, so it'll be at least that- possibly more.
  7. Women aren't as strong as men so it would be pointless.
  8. Has anyone else heard the rumour about Madonna playing in Sheffield this summer? According to a friend of mine, who is a promoter, she's looking at playing a large scale outdoor show here over the summer, possibly doing two or three nights. Anybody else got any news on this?
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