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They seem to be saying that both (ii) and (iii) should apply. Crazy, isn't is?
I've asked whether (i) should apply as well, by extension - they say no. But they keep saying that both (ii) and (iii) have to apply.
I said 'If I ask whether you want bacon *or* sausages for breakfast, does that mean you can have both? They say No.
So I say ... I've made my point - and they go back to saying that (ii) and (iii) should apply. I think I'm losing my mind.
BTW, on an admin thing - your system won't accept my e-mail address because it says it belongs to another member. I can't find a way of sorting this out so I gave a friend's address, but could you please send to my own - which [email protected]
Is anybody there? It's all gone quiet.
I thank you. That's what I thought too - plain as a pikestaff. I kept trying to find a way of explaining what the word 'or' means .. really difficult!
Thanks for outlining my options. I'll wait until I hear from them again (they don't use e-mail) and then I'll bite them in the leg.