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  1. What you really could do is read up on the law pertaining to your situation (T-KYR you've started). Reading the above, it says to me you're jumping the gun. You may be wrong, you may be right, about harassment, but calling the police will escalate things. You are entitled to 'quiet enjoyment' of your abode. Read the contract you have signed. It's laughable just how badly written some are. You might find that it's been breached I would write a letter to the LA, detailing the previous steps, and have it signature delivery recorded. At least it will give you time, and you've shown to have taken the next reasonable step. I would simultaneously get advice from an expensive law firm : first appointment is only like £100+ for a few minutes. Take it from me, legal disputes can and do last ages to resolve. You may even end up making a small claims court appearance yourself. I'd guess you're time bound, and you'll have to decide how to spend your resources. Disclaimer : this, as always, is not legal advice, and shouldn't be construed as such.
  2. I think you'll find it much easier to buy from Amazon.fr. Amazon.fr will deliver free (mostly) to the french speaking countries, and likewise amazon.de will partition into German speaking countries. Although some books I've bought cross those borders ,presumably because they're not available from Amazon.uk and in English. https://www.amazon.fr/gp/help/customer/display.html?ie=UTF8&pop-up=1&nodeId=201910160 And as I remember Amazon.uk purchases are or were from Amazon s.a. in Luxembourg. Don't know how that goes with Brexit and the commensurate new tax liabilities.
  3. You do realise that the BBC (Scotland) stopped broadcasting the Scottish government and were forced to return to the airwaves under duress (or legal action). Hardly uncritical is it?
  4. I'm a nobody too. Can't vouch for terrestrial TV, as BBC 'News' is unwatchable. So where do you get your information that so annoys you about the Scottish Government?
  5. If at last we have some resistance to the SNP lies then it's about time. Tell you what : you start. Lead by example.
  6. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/coronavirus-in-scotland-snp-would-not-have-got-vaccine-claims-johnson-98mw5lvmz
  7. I agree with your post, and that is a terrific point in the video: the Scottish Welfare State in the tender care of the Germans, ask the Greeks about that -! But my point is why the Scots Nationalists are not despised in the same way as Brexiters. There are obvious similarities but the BBC gives Sturgeon more airtime than all other politicians put together. There is no Project Fear directed at the SNP, quite the reverse, they are supported because it is anti-Brexit. But the real Project Fear is 10X that of Brexit even looking at just what you wrote! There is plenty anti-Scotland propaganda starting with Bozo. Just listen to the absurd stuff he's just come out with today. But personally, I think he just wants Scotland gone, and he's been pretty effective so far. Bring it on!
  8. If anyone else wondered what this meant ... Marketisation or marketization is a restructuring process that enables state enterprises to operate as market-oriented firms by changing the legal environment in which they operate. I can't see that universities are operating in a free market when there as yet appear to be no competitors set to leave the market. As I say that, a noted uni chancellor (not VC) has gone on the record as saying there are some institutions having quite substantial financial difficulties. But no failures as yet.
  9. “highly competitive and that now is a good time to buy a home.” Well that's just great, let me get the check book out. There was a website bit like Zoopla, but it contained all the repos from banks and other lenders. Occasionally you'd get some half decent stuff, but there were tonnes of unattractive apartments from as little as 10 or 15K€. Terraced town houses to be got from 50K. I doubt it's any more expensive now.
  10. Ha ha ha ha ha..... Not only did they allow Bozo to prorogue parliament , they've assigned him some supreme executive powers for 2 years. Its so funny, you people think think parliamentary democracy is unnecessary. #TheyKnewWhatTheyWereVotingFor
  11. A lockdown without a functioning trace system is pretty pointless. Maybe Bozo should sack the baroness and ask the Scottish Government for permission to use their WORKING T&T. 😉
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