“They have offered to send bailiffs around and they have been told quite politely that they have never supplied this business,” Mr Scicluna said. “They keep asking for money and they have sent people with clipboards who try to walk into the cellar and they have a letter to say they are cutting off power they won’t take no for an answer.”The situation has been made more baffling by the fact that all correspondence from PDP and Npower does not state the name of the pub or Mr Scicluna’s name, addressing the letter merely to “The Occupier”.Remarkably the firm even admitted it had made an error on a previous occasion when Mr Scicluna contacted Npower, which said it would close down the account and stop contacting him.But despite acknowledging the mistake, PDP has still continued to demand payment from the despairing landlord, with a latest demand less than two weeks ago when a representative attempted to access a private area of the pub and spoke with Mr Scicluna.The situation has become so exasperating that Mr Scicluna has issued a letter to the firm threatening legal action.”I cannot go away on holiday, I cannot do things in case they turn up and get bailiffs in. If this landed on an old pensioner’s lap this could cause some serious damage,” he said.When contacted by this newspaper, Npower admitted it had made an error and had closed down all activity with the account.A spokesman from the firm said: “We’re so sorry to read about this case.
Before the government bought 15 square miles on the Peninsula and on adjoining Mulberry Island, the area had a long history as a James River community. In fact, the place name “Mulberry Island,” appears in records as early as 1610. In colonial times farms dotted the area, owned by such personages as John Rolfe, his second wife, Jane, and Speaker of the House of Burgesses Thomas Harwood..
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Asked about the prospect of lining up alongside him, Can said: “For any player it would be great to play with Cristiano Ronaldo.Lazar Markovic returns to Liverpool but transfer flop’s career is over at Anfield”I don’t know if the club have had contact with him. I just focus on myself but it would be great if he came here.”Can was overlooked for Germany’s disastrous World Cup campaign but backed the decision to stick by manager Joachim Low.”For everyone in Germany it was a disappointing tournament. For all the people and for the team, it didn’t go well,” he added.”I don’t know why because I wasn’t there.