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Because the Sixth and Seventh Amendments of the U.S. Constitution are apparently less important than making sure that banks, credit card companies, student loan companies, and other financial services be allowed to behave badly with impunity, the House of Representatives has voted to overturn a new federal regulation that would have helped American consumers hold these companies accountable through the legal system.
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How is the housing crisis connected to poor service? And other questions I tried to answer on Twitter today
Another day, another Twitter row.
Today I found myself embroiled in an argument about towels that, as often happens online, got way out of hand very, very quickly. 2,428 more words
The Gibb report has given us a wealth of material about the failures of ‘system resilience’ on the Southern Rail network – and over the next few weeks, ABC will be following many of these up in depth. 610 more words
This would easily qualify as one of the worst moments of your life. That ping which says: your account debited with Rs30,000, and your current balance is now Rs2,467.20. 269 more words