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You have not only the rights but obligations and responsibilities as well

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  • If you are witness or victim of crime, it is important you report to the police
  • To pay for the TV licence (at post office)
  • To pay all your bills: phone, water, electricity, gas, council tax.
  • Your vehicle should be registered at DVLA:
  • You should pay road tax:
  • you should have the insurance for your car
  • Your car should be tested for M.O.T
  • if you had a motor accident you must stop and exchange insurance details with other driver;
  • check with local council about refuse disposal: if you miss a collection you will have to wait until next collection time;
  • you must be 18 years old to buy alcohol in the UK
  • you must be 16 years old to buy tobacco
  • you must be 16 years old before you may have sex with a consenting partner (also over 16 years old).
  • Children shouldn’t be left alone at home. It is not against the law to leave a child unattended at any age but it is against the law to leave children in circumstances which put them in any kind of danger. So, for example, leaving a young child alone for several hours could place them in physical danger and emotional harm through loneliness and fear.
  • Racial harassment: attacks, insults, persecutions because of anyone colour, race, nationality or ethnic group is illegal in the UK.
  • it is illegal to carry with you a gun: including a pocket knife.
  •  You have a duty to report if you noticed or suspecting the child abuse. Phone free, 24-hour Child Protection Helpline on 0808 800 5000, or contact your local social services or police Your vehicle should be register at DVLA: www.dvla.gov.uk