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10 Apr 2017 19:12:

As an interesting? adjunct to John's reiterated point about the treatmnent of previously ignored UK Government pensions, I can mention that my own gestor was at a loss regarding why my pension was exempt from Spanish tax. It was not until we read both the English and the Spanish versions at the same time that she realised that the important phrase was "a non-Spanish national" Thus she came to understand that my pension, although taken into account in calculating the gross total income in order to allow whatever allowances pertained, the sum of the pension was then entered as exempt (in box 47). From then on she got it right! Maybe other Gestors would be helped in their understanding the intricacy of the dual taxation agreement by following the same route.

 



Thread: UK CROWN PENSION TO BE DECLARED IN SPAIN THIS YEAR

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10 Apr 2017 17:28:

I too finally got rid of Linear Directa. I gave them 10 months notice prior to the renewal in 2017 and fought them off over several attempts to renew. Finally they took the money from my account despite earlier guarantee that they would not do so. I rejected the payment and blasted them with a threat of legal action unless I got a written abject apology from them. Got it (that must have hit them hard). Success at last!

 



Thread: Car insurance

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04 Apr 2017 13:09:

Having utilised the very helpful format of the original claim against fees for loans, from Maria, I have had a reply from UCI which claims that the Supreme Court ruling does not apply specifically to them. It may be that the root of their argument lies in the fact that I was notified at the time of the application for the loan that the fees for the four parties charging them would be down to me and I signed my agreement thereto. Given that UCI was kind enough to allow a loan which extended up to my 94th year, I am inclined to not pursue them, but can their assertion of  non-involvement in the Supreme Court ruling be true?

 



Thread: Floor clauses

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12 Feb 2017 12:13:

tteed

You are (again) incorrect. It is true that only 37% of the total electorate voted out. What is untrue is your assertion that "most people want out" How did you calculate that? I did not suggest that ALL those who didn't vote were remainers, although I would hazzard a quess that now that the reality of the process going ahead is so much worse, there is a fair tranche of buyers regrets . Read the post again! As for Farage, the quote was widely made on the media at the time when the initial view was against him. I was in front of the TV at the time.



Thread: BREXIT

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12 Feb 2017 10:31:

Hugh-man (11 Feb) claims that "The majority of people in the UK want Brexit."

The total of those who voted Out was 37% of the total electorate. Where is your maths?

In any review of choices made on a wide basis one can determine that those who are rabid devotees (of any change suggested) turn out in their maximum. Those who are content with the status quo often sit on their hands and fail to record their view. From this it can be observed that had the "idle non-voters" bothered to turn out the result of the referendum very likely would  have been different.

The true failure of the wording of the call for the referendum was that no minima were set either for the total voters nor the majority required to be valid. Arrogance personified by Cameron (typically)

It was interesting in the extreme that Farrage claimed that a majority against him of the actual magnitude would not be acceptable; but of course he kept his mouth shut once he realised it  was in his favour.

 


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Thread: BREXIT

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