Severn Trent Big Difference Scheme. £3.74 a month / 12 mths for qualifying customer
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Severn Trent Big Difference Scheme. £3.74 a month / 12 mths for qualifying customer

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Found 22nd Jul 2015
Received a phone call from my local Citizens Advice and they told me about this scheme. Basically anybody that has a low wage or is out of work can apply as long as you are a Severn Trent customer. For the next 12 months my Severn Trent bill will now be £3.74 a month. Also the possibility of extending it after the 12 months are up. I think this will help thousands of people throughout the country who are struggling with their water bill. I don't have a water meter either, so no limit on how much water I can use.

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great...and they will recover the difference from other hard working people who are already taxed to support all those workshy b****ds

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sam1970

great...and they will recover the difference from other hard working … great...and they will recover the difference from other hard working people who are already taxed to support all those workshy b****ds


This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health reasons. As soon as I recover, I will resume self employment. The minimum wage doesn't interest me at all, which is half the problem. Please don't tar us all with the same brush.

djh1975

This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health … This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health reasons. As soon as I recover, I will resume self employment. The minimum wage doesn't interest me at all, which is half the problem. Please don't tar us all with the same brush.



Why explain your situation. Doesn't matter to some people. They have the view of uneducated buffoons based usually on media coverage. This is a great scheme for people who are genuinely struggling. People claim benefits, it is there to help people who need it. I don't think assuming that every claimant is a workshy bum is a fair statement though. Myself and my partner both work and both pay our taxes, we still get help with childcare costs, child tax credits. Are we bums also?

sam1970

great...and they will recover the difference from other hard working … great...and they will recover the difference from other hard working people who are already taxed to support all those workshy b****ds



​i agree, too easy to sit on your ass all day and have the government pay for everything, no wonder all the immigrants at calais want to come here, I would in there shoes!!

This looks like a great idea, and we get the fun of glimpsing the minds of the brain dead Daily Mail readers too! Win-win.

Loads of self-rightous bums on HUKD. X) Don't let the spɹɐʇsɐq get you down. Only the ones who know full well are not sick & have all limbs can go out & work even if it means part-time & contribute to society who don't have any self-respect for themselves. A disgrace to society I think.

Even the local 'New Age' traveller gypsy tramps drive much better cars than I do. How the feck can they afford it? That's right, they mostly don't pay any council tax leaving their rubbish eveywhere for local tax payers to clean up their ǝʇᴉɥs.

If something is available to you, better to take it than not surely? Take what you can yolo.
Or work every hour god sends, burn out then spend whatever you have left for your retirement when you're highly likely to be suffering healthwise.
Something for everyone.

forget fluoride in the drinking water - what some seem to need is a really big dose of empathy.

I have heard that its there for anyone that is struggling, working or not working, its worth doing if people are struggling, I think everyone deserves some help and this sounds like great scheme
Edited by: "lentilsandrice" 22nd Jul 2015

djh1975

This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health … This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health reasons. As soon as I recover, I will resume self employment. The minimum wage doesn't interest me at all, which is half the problem. Please don't tar us all with the same brush.



Respect...and definitly I did not mean every one

thank you for your effort and time for bringing this to our attention

djh197522nd Jul 2015

This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health …This is the first time I've been out of work for 23 years for health reasons. As soon as I recover, I will resume self employment. The minimum wage doesn't interest me at all, which is half the problem. Please don't tar us all with the same brush.


Here here...
You tell that bitter un-educated p*i*k!!!
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