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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Fresh 11:23 Sat Dec 3
Energy Bills
What are you lot paying per month for gas and lecky? My DD has just rocketed to £250 per month and don’t think that will be enough…ffs

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zico 9:32 Wed May 3
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SecondOpinion 5:39 Wed May 3

Cost nothing, all covered by the grant.

SecondOpinion 5:39 Wed May 3
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zico 11:45 Thu Apr 27
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How much has it cost?

1964 4:15 Wed May 3
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Haven't switched it off completely but only have it on for 15 minutes in the early morning instead of an hour.

SnarestoneIron 4:12 Wed May 3
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Come on then, who has switched off the heating now we've hit May 1st?

zico 11:45 Thu Apr 27
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There you go.

zico 11:43 Thu Apr 27
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It's through Warmer Homes. Just Google warmer homes eco scheme or similar. There is a qualifying list re earnings, income etc and they come to survey and then tell you what you qualify for. I know some get a new boiler or a heat pump but sadly for whatever reason I didn't qualify for that.

SecondOpinion 10:59 Thu Apr 27
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zico 10:51 Thu Apr 27
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Details please Zico

zico 10:51 Thu Apr 27
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I've just had cavity wall, internal wall and 6 solar panels done on a Government scheme. The internal is a bit invasive and I'll need to redecorate but the solar panels are brilliant. Halved my electric usage already and that's without as yet purchasing a battery which are quite pricey.

bruuuno 10:21 Wed Apr 26
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I just leave it a 4-6 weeks after the payment due date, let them chase me I’d rather have that money in my hands than theirs

Alwaysaniron 5:52 Wed Apr 26
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Northern 5.12

tbf I too hated BG and left them for EON years ago. However with times as they are and the world changing (now 2 x electric cars in the drive) I asked EON to give their best EV rates. They replied they didnt have one. BG offered me savings of £1900 pa. I swapped last week. In the interim EON came back having suddenly discovered a tariff they could offer me. It was still £400 more than BG. Watch this space.

Side of Ham 5:49 Wed Apr 26
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Trunds, you've just stated below that you left BG because you were looking at your DD payment....... :-)

D. is for?

Lee Trundle 5:32 Wed Apr 26
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d. I have enough money that I don't have to worry about looking at direct debits too much.

Northern Sold 5:12 Wed Apr 26
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Think I moved from BG in 1996 when I realised they was robbing cunts and I could shave 20-25% with other suppliers... so why the fuck would anyone ever be with them nowadays is beyond me... well unless:-

a. You are a lazy cunt

b. Loyal and stupid. Like my dear departed old Nan who refused to move through loyalty.

c. Mentally insane

A,B or C Trunds son??

Lee Trundle 1:14 Wed Apr 26
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I've just had to deal with British Gas, and agree with you there 1964.

Mind you, I learnt when leaving them that I had a £300 credit with them and they gave me £30 for missing an appointment.

Ironically, I left them because I thought I was paying too much. Had they had the brains to reduce my DD to something close to my usage then I probably wouldn't have looked into moving to someone else.

1964 1:01 Wed Apr 26
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Why can't these energy companies do the same as the likes of BT. The whole monthly bill is paid by direct debit so you are neither in debit or credit.

There is no option to do that with some energy companies, BG for one.

Just hoarding our money.

mallard 12:39 Wed Apr 26
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£6.7 Billion !! The epitome of everything that’s wrong with privatisation.

I cancelled my DD 3 months ago and just transfer the required amount monthly.

I urge everyone to do the same.

New Jersey 12:26 Wed Apr 26
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Depends whether you like tomatoes or cucumbers NS!

dealcanvey 12:12 Wed Apr 26
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''Energy suppliers are hoarding nearly £7bn of customers’ money despite a cost of living crisis that has left some households forced to choose between heating and eating.

More than 16m UK households are collectively in credit by £6.7bn to their suppliers, with half of those holding balances of more than £200, research from comparison site Uswitch.com has shown.

The study said that a combination of mild winter weather and extra consumer effort to reduce energy usage has left companies holding £5bn more in credit than this time last year.

Typically energy customers on direct debits will build up credit during summer, when usage is low, and suppliers will run that down over the winter months when consumption is higher.''

Weird how in times of 'crisis' these corporates make money than they ever have before...

Northern Sold 11:59 Wed Apr 26
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Trying to remember if I was richer or poorer before Brexit??

goose 9:41 Wed Apr 26
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The Bank of England's top economist has said people in the UK need to accept that they are poorer otherwise prices will continue to rise.
Huw Pill told a podcast in the US that there was a "reluctance to accept that, yes, we're all worse off".

Yeh why don’t you all shut up and accept you’re poorer. In part because of decisions made by the BOE.

goose 1:35 Fri Mar 31
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Don’t be jealous bruno, stick another jumper on.

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