A happy birthday to a lovely lady . Hope you have a fab day and get spoilt rotten
Two years ago I completed a lengthy DWP form to claim Attendance Allowance.
I had to wade through tons of documents to find dates of hospital appointments etc ...
It was a nightmare
I sent it without making a copy
Now 2yrs on I have another - to reassess my mum's needs meaning I have to do it all over again IF I can find all the relevant documents
I was wondering if the DWP would send me a photocopy of the old application I made so I had all that info at hand again to complete the form quicker
Would they give me a copy of this?
Whenever I go to Meadowhall, I always park my Lambo in the correct place.
Series 3 of this series starts on Sunday at 8 on C4
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I hope you get thoroughly spoilt today, Jen
A Whippet's won it but more to the point, something happened after the winner was announced. All you saw was security people going to ground so I dunno what's gone on
A can of Irn Bru for the person who can name this childhood cartoon character and the TV show it came from. I used to hide behind the sofa when this bugger came on!
Jeremy Clarkson will be grilling contestants as the new host of ITV quiz show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
It's returning for a week this spring to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
The ex-Top Gear presenter is replacing previous host Chris Tarrant, who said in 2014 his days as a game show host were over and that he thought the programme had "run its course".
On Friday, Clarkson said: "I have always loved the show and am thrilled to be involved with its rebirth."
The Grand Tour presenter described himself as a "big fan" of quiz shows, saying: "I'm looking forward to hosting this iconic TV show and hopefully making a few millionaires."
The show, which sees contestants asked a series of increasingly difficult questions as they try to win the £1m prize, will run for seven nightly hour-long episodes.
The elusive jackpot can only be won if all 15 questions are answered successfully. A series of lifelines are offered, including asking the audience, asking a friend or taking a 50:50 option.
ITV has promised "a number of new twists and turns" for the show's return. It managed ratings as high as 19 million viewers in 1999.