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  • Family put up in expensive hotel after spider found in bananas
    A family has been moved into an award-winning hotel after they discovered a spider and egg sac in their bananas.  the family, from Leigh-on-sea in Essex, discovered after buying a bunch of bananas from a local Waitrose supermarket that there was a Columbian Huntsman spider nesting in the bananas with a...
  • Council OK’s hoarding resident
      Somerset District Council has granted resident Michael Legg permission to use his front garden to store old doors and window frames due to his hoarding tendencies. Legg had originally used the property as a place of business and had been granted planning permission in 2002 to use his bungalow for retail...
  • Man arrested after recording himself tampering with traffic cameras
    Stephen Ruth, 42, of Centereach, New York, has been arrested after he posted videos of himself changing the position of red light cameras set up on an intersection in the US. Ruth used a painter’s pole to adjust the cameras so they would look up into the sky and couldn’t record,...
  • Man charged with attempting to halt plane
    Marc Rehmar, 58, has been charged with endangering public transportation and hindering transportation after he attempted to stop an airplane from taking off. Rehmar arrived at Denver International Airport intending to get on a flight to his high school reunion in Ohio. However, when in the departure lounge Rehmar saw the airplane...

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What are the powers of bailiffs & debt collectors?

Bailiffs are individuals who are granted the legal right to recover possessions on behalf of a court, with the aim of selling those possessions to help settle a debt. Bailiffs may be employed directly by a court, for example County Court bailiffs, or they may work for a private company under a contract. By contrast debt collectors are not bailiffs and it is illegal for any debt collector to act in a way so as…

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How do I choose a financial adviser?

Many people who are faced with the prospect of having to choose a financial adviser are daunted by it. However, if you do need a financial adviser, finding a good one can save you a lot of time, money and worry. People engage the services of a financial adviser for a whole host of reasons, therefore there are different types of adviser. The crux of finding the right financial adviser is deciding exactly what kind…

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What can I do about bullying through mobile phones?

Bullying through a mobile phone is known as ‘cyber bullying’ or ‘online bullying.’ This is when a person or a group of people use digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone.   Cyber bullying and the law Whilst bullying is not illegal, harassment and threatening behaviour is. If your child receives a series of calls or the calls are part of a larger scheme of bullying, this may constitute harassment, which is unlawful…

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