David Ayers

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  1. What you should have said is "My son/daughter/wife is having it. Couple of months later it could reappear as they have found something else
  2. Don't forget if you sell it to them CRA applies,
  3. If you don't need it put it in Premium Bonds. Instantly available. No interest but might win up to £1,000,000 (less my 10%)
  4. Is it definitely 1 year service interval?
  5. Probably not the best place to post this
  6. Unfortunately I’m locked into the Apple “experience” having got iPads. Just upgraded to the iPhone 11, pretty similar to the 8 to be honest. Been with Vodafone since the year dot so always get a good loyalty discount. If you are changing networks always buy online. Sometimes distance selling is a good thing!
  7. This was the response I got from my Trading Standards when I asked to clarify if click and collect was allowed. Please find attached current legislation regarding restrictions during the Coronavirus outbreak. As a business listed in Part 2 of Schedule 2 of the regulations then Regulation 4 (4) applies. If you were to suggest that you were not a business listed in Part 2 of Schedule 2 of the Regulations then not being a business listed in Part 3 of Schedule 2 Regulation 5 applies. Regulation 5 (1) (c) states that you should Also If Regulation 5 were to apply then you could be construed as having an organised distance selling scheme as defined by The Consumer Contracts (Cancellation, Information and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 be required to comply with these for this period. The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 Requirement to close premises and businesses during the emergency 4.— (4) A person responsible for carrying on a business or providing a service which is listed in Part 2 of Schedule 2 must cease to carry on that business or to provide that service during the emergency period. (5) Paragraph (4) does not prevent the use of— (a)premises used for the businesses or services listed in paragraphs 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 of that Part to broadcast a performance to people outside the premises, whether over the internet or as part of a radio or television broadcast; (b)any suitable premises used for the businesses or services listed in that Schedule to host blood donation sessions. (6)If a business listed in Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 2 (“business A”) forms part of a larger business (“business B”), the person responsible for carrying on business B complies with the requirement in paragraph (1) if it closes down business A. 5.— (1) A person responsible for carrying on a business, not listed in Part 3 of Schedule 2, of offering goods for sale or for hire in a shop, or providing library services must, during the emergency period — (a)cease to carry on that business or provide that service except by making deliveries or otherwise providing services in response to orders received— (i)through a website, or otherwise by on-line communication, (ii)by telephone, including orders by text message, or (iii)by post; (b)close any premises which are not required to carry out its business or provide its services as permitted by sub-paragraph (a); (c)cease to admit any person to its premises who is not required to carry on its business or provide its service as permitted by sub-paragraph (a). SCHEDULE 2 Businesses subject to restrictions or closure PART 2 5. Cinemas. 6. Theatres. 7. Nightclubs. 8. Bingo halls. 9. Concert halls. 10. Museums and galleries. 11. Casinos. 12. Betting shops. 13. Spas. 14. Nail, beauty, hair salons and barbers. 15. Massage parlours. 16. Tattoo and piercing parlours. 17. Skating rinks. 18. Indoor fitness studios, gyms, swimming pools, bowling alleys, amusement arcades or soft play areas or other indoor leisure centres or facilities. 19. Funfairs (whether outdoors or indoors). 20. Playgrounds, sports courts and outdoor gyms. 21. Outdoor markets (except for stalls selling food). 22. Car showrooms. 23. Auction Houses. PART 3 24. Food retailers, including food markets, supermarkets, convenience stores and corner shops. 25. Off licenses and licensed shops selling alcohol (including breweries). 26. Pharmacies (including non-dispensing pharmacies) and chemists. 27. Newsagents. 28. Homeware, building supplies and hardware stores. 29. Petrol stations. 30. Car repair and MOT services. 31. Bicycle shops. 32. Taxi or vehicle hire businesses. 33. Banks, building societies, credit unions, short term loan providers and cash points. 34. Post offices. 35. Funeral directors. 36. Laundrettes and dry cleaners. 37. Dental services, opticians, audiology services, chiropody, chiropractors, osteopaths and other medical or health services, including services relating to mental health. 38. Veterinary surgeons and pet shops. 39. Agricultural supplies shop. 40. Storage and distribution facilities, including delivery drop off or collection points, where the facilities are in the premises of a business included in this Part. 41. Car parks. 42. Public toilets.
  8. Autotrades rules are still the same. Do whatever the big boys want.
  9. I hear the Birmingham inshore lifeboat is recruiting.
  10. Who said that? I’m volunteering for the Norfolk Mountain Rescue Team?
  11. 1. Wear gloves and don’t touch your eyes, mouth or nose with the gloves 2. Do not lick the steering wheel or gear knob. That should sort it!
  12. Selling cars. Going down the pub.
  13. I think washing the petrol may be taking things a bit to far!
  14. I’m sure TradeVet will give a full analysis, as that is his thing, but to me it looks a very healthy company.
  15. Wouldn’t sales of any kind of takeaway be down at the moment. Hardly “essential” is it.