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    Phone problems- can’t login from iPhone

    As the thread title states I can’t login using the browser on my phone, I can only register a new profile?
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    SPAM _ Are your filters not working?

    There are 20+ new posts full of rubbish knocking real posts down the boards.
    This will only discourage people from asking questions
  3. The Labour Party does support disabled people, it...

    The Labour Party does support disabled people, it has its own Facebook site too
    https://www.facebook.com/DisabilityLabour/?fref=ts
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    Reward charts don't work for some children as the...

    Reward charts don't work for some children as the reward is too far away for them to concentrate on.

    As adopters we have a similar problem with our 6 yr old, however there are certain disciplinary...
  5. Thread: Seeking Advice

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    Contact me via my signature and I'll put you in...

    Contact me via my signature and I'll put you in touch with another forum who can help.
  6. Thread: pension

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    You might be best getting advise from a specific...

    You might be best getting advise from a specific Pension Advisory Service with the right knowledge on the subject, and they can answer any other questions you may have. I would suggest contacting...
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    I've just joined - 'DisabilityChamp' - look me up...

    I've just joined - 'DisabilityChamp' - look me up if you want to!!
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    There are a few Disabled friendly websites that...

    There are a few Disabled friendly websites that can help you link up with like-minded pen-pals.
    If I had the same interests as you I would be happy to write, but unfortunately I'm only amateurishly...
  9. Thread: Disabled parents

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    Hi, we adopted last year - send me an email below...

    Hi, we adopted last year - send me an email below and I'll tell you more.
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    Thanks for that, I like FB groups. Also,...

    Thanks for that, I like FB groups.

    Also, taking the family to Manchester for the day - by public transport!!! Well, the train anyway. Coming to see 'The Cat In The Hat' at the Palace Theatre.
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    PENS- Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation...

    PENS- Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
    It's similar to a TENS machine but the electrodes are inserted under the skin - https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ipg450

    If you get the chance to...
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    I've answered the best I can, but it was far too...

    I've answered the best I can, but it was far too long and 'wordy'.

    Most of the questions repeated, and having to write comments isn't easy when you have certain disabilities.
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    Retirement? I've got at least another 32 years...

    Retirement? I've got at least another 32 years but I'm sure it will change by then.
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    We are on a variable mortgage, we took it out...

    We are on a variable mortgage, we took it out just before the world went bust in 2008 and so got a fairly good rate of Base Rate + 0.89%
    At the time that meant 6.89% and a payment of £960 on a...
  15. Thread: Today

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    Busy day for me, up at 8am, got daughter dressed...

    Busy day for me, up at 8am, got daughter dressed and food down her then took her to her drama class. Me and the wife then went to a new coffee shop and talked for an hour before going back to...
  16. Thread: Disability Labour

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    The very reason I became a Disability Champion -...

    The very reason I became a Disability Champion - albeit the training was provided by one of Labour's largest supporters - Unite the Union.

    I am also a Unite Safety Rep, Equalities Rep and Union...
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    Another interesting article about the demise of...

    Another interesting article about the demise of peer-to-peer - http://www.thelondoneconomic.com/2014/07/08/the-end-of-peer-to-peer-lending/

    2.5% base rate over the next 3 years will definitely...
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    There's already a few peer-to-peer lending...

    There's already a few peer-to-peer lending companies in the UK, Money Saving Expert have done a good article about them.
    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/peer-to-peer-lending
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    I'm in a credit union which (last year) 4.6%...

    I'm in a credit union which (last year) 4.6% after tax.

    I'm also in the company's share scheme were I invest £100 per month (pre tax, so around £63 after tax) and they match my investment up to...
  20. This was posted back in June 2012 with a similar...

    This was posted back in June 2012 with a similar issue.

    http://www.youreable.com/forums/showthread.php/1916-playing-along-with-the-blue-badge-scheme-opinions

    Personally I don’t see this...
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    Buying Online - New Rules

    In addition to the thread regarding Buying Online I thought I should point out that the regulations are about to change.

    (I started a new thread so this info doesn't get lost).

    If you shop...
  22. The Renault in the picture you have up there is...

    The Renault in the picture you have up there is the Renault Captur - we were very impressed with the boots size.

    It's based on the Nissan Juke so were expecting a Fiesta sized boot but it actually...
  23. We also managed to get there with the 4yr old in...

    We also managed to get there with the 4yr old in tow at lunch time. I won't be doing that again in a hurry though!

    Some very strange scooter riders who thought we should be moving out of their...
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    NHS doctors can vote all they want, they can...

    NHS doctors can vote all they want, they can choose to either work for the NHS - free at point of contact, or go private.

    They want the best of both worlds, a salary and extra Patient (Profit)...
  25. I can;t wait to go - it will be like my...

    I can;t wait to go - it will be like my spreadsheets have come alive!!
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