Some six weeks later, after waiting for a response to a letter, I found another contact email and was told I could raise a claim against the carrier. When I pointed out that the item had been returned using eBay’s carrier I was told I should have bought insurance. There was never an option to buy insurance; the cost of the return postage was simply taken out of my account. … [Read more...] about After eBay backed my buyer, I’m left with damaged goods
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According to the policeman who took the cousin in for questioning, he babbled in the car that the blast must have been ordered by the 28-year-old, who was angry with him for letting the brother-in-law who was later murdered live with him after the divorce. He had received messages, he said, warning that he would “pay in blood” for what he had done if he did not buy himself out of the “blood debt” with a 2m krona (£160,000) payment. … [Read more...] about Bombs and blood feuds: the wave of explosions rocking Sweden’s cities
A spokesperson for Network Rail said: 'We were alerted to an incident at around 9.30pm on Friday evening. Having inspected the area, a vehicle was removed from the area and no significant damage to the track was caused.' … [Read more...] about Miracle escape: Pair leap from EXPLODING vehicle after driver accidentally turns onto railway track and 750 volts surge through it when wheels touch live rail
Mr Williams claims damages to his car include a smashed wing mirror and scratches on the paint, potentially costing over one thousand pounds to repair. He is still in discussions with his insurers over the claim. … [Read more...] about Driver’s insurance firm says he is partly to blame for hitting jogger crossing road at green traffic light – so who do YOU think is at fault?
The former minister will also probably have her voice heard on Brexit, as she takes up a position on a new UK coordination group at the European Parliament, set up as part of the upcoming trade negotiations with Britain. … [Read more...] about MEP Nathalie Loiseau: France ‘is not in chaos’