When you challenge authority or large firms, you expect a backlash, retaliation or heightened 'scrutiny' (Accepted as evidence of 'harassment/backlash' by studies). Step up @kent_police . I'm not sure how they escape the position they're now in. @TransparencyTF @AWhistleblowing
The evidence I now have proves one of two things: a) Corruption or dishonesty, either unilateral or as a result of other third party influence, or b) Targeted attack on me motivated by Kent Police agenda as a result of my complaint against them......
In 2020 Kent Police ignored & buried significant and substantial evidence of crimes committed against me by London law firm & a large UK Accountancy/Insolvency firm partner. One of the parties implicated by my evidence just happens to be a Special Constable for the @NCA_UK .....
Whereas on February 21st I was called by Kent Police officer who threatened me, tried to intimidate me and made a variety of threats with no grounds, evidence or justification to do so. I launched complaint that night and was assured a call back within 10 days by investigator...
I received no call. Repeated calls by me to follow up this complaint and the complaint regarding the burying of evidence I presented them, met with no response other than being told the public can no longer be put through to police officers, they must wait for a call back....
The two complaints are very much interconnected, but despite having received no call to discuss my complaint made on Feb 21st, my evidence and its relevance to my complaint made last year, I get a letter from Chief Inspector Dann, trying to close it........
Not going to happen. They have a serious case to answer, and whilst I appreciate that they are in enormous trouble here, making false representations and perverting their own complaints process is neither the answer nor is it lawful.

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5 Mar
@kent_police @PCCKent Kent Police beggar belief. Dishonest, incompetent or corrupt? SWITCHBOARD/CONTROL ROOM: We can no longer put you through to those investigating your crime report or complaint. You must wait for a callback, which can take up to 10 days' ........
ME: "I was told that 35 days, 25 days ago & 13 days ago". SWITCHBOARD/CONTROL ROOM: 'You can email them then and they will reply'. ME: "I did that 98 days ago, 58 days ago, 32 days ago & 15 days ago. No response. So can you just put me through please".......
SWITCHBOARD/CONTROL ROOM: "Kent Police no longer allow members of the public to be transferred to any department including those investigating your case. I can request a callback for you and they will all you within 10 working days" ME: !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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3 Mar
Recently appointed to role of Chair of the SME Liason panel by the BBRS, Anthony Townsend, was CEO of the Solicitors Regulation Authority between 2006-2014. By 2014 complaints NOT investigated by SRA jumped from between 15-20% to approx 57% @TransparencyTF @appgonpbandffs ...... ImageImage
Over that same period the % of complaints to SRA that were upheld fell from an already disturbingly low average of approx 10% to a simply inconceivable uphold rate of just 2.82% in 2014....... @andyverity @jameshurley @APPGbanking @AWhistleblowing @True_and_FairUK
We should not forget that Samantha Barrass, CEO of BBRS was also a senior executive at the SRA during that time. A time when it has been proven that law firms were actively involved in the HBOS Reading fraud, actively involved in the concealment of it & destruction of victims...
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MOU between @CityPoliceFraud and @TheFCA dated 2017. Prior ones exist. Disturbing to say the least. I outline why below. Pages 1-4 here, pages 5-7 below... @TransparencyTF @True_and_FairUK @andyverity @TV_PCC @CarshaltonArt @markbishopuk @MarkTaber_FII @CommonsTreasury
Of note: 1. FSMA, the legislation used repeatedly by the FCA to conceal & deny, is prominent. 2. Whole of section 2 of MOU is problematic. It seeks to limit information flow, particularly restrictions it establishes in respect to information flow from the FCA to COLP......
Para 2.6 - Enables FCA to withold info from COLP. States FCA must not disclose confidential info relating to business affairs of any person received by FCA for purposes of discharge of its functions, without consent of person it obtained it from or person to whom it relates.....
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One of the biggest failings of the @TheFCA IRHP Review (of many) was that it denied victims the right to see the evidence provided to the IRHP review by the banks..... @APPGbanking @appgonpbandffs @jameshurley @True_and_FairUK @TransparencyTF @CarshaltonArt
I'm therefore concerned that the BBRS terms state there is an obligation on the customer who 'must' disclose information, but that the bank 'can' provide information. This is disturbing and open to the same abuses used in the IRHP Review and as routine by FOS......
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23 Feb
@Law360 reports Judge strikes out case of 8 UK councils represented by @HausfeldGlobal vs Barclays over LIBOR rigging. Judge relies upon the various case law that has been obtained by the banks in prior cases including PAG. Case law that represents a dishonest illusion...
Banks have cherry picked cases to defend in Court that they know they can defeat because the pleadings or arguments put forward, allow them to defeat the claims by creating a dishonest illusion as to what truly went on, but without technically being dishonest....
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Andrew Bailey facing the @CommonsTreasury . Observations, tagging @TheFCA and @hmtreasury and @bankofengland @BoE_PressOffice @APPGbanking @appgonpbandffs ......
Bailey already veering down the route he wants to take this, as opposed to addressing the issues before him. The failings were not reliant upon 'core' changes to address. The failings were basic.
You don't need structural reform or change to address many of the failings. Simply upholding the codes and taking appropriate action, which is the FCA's role, is a basic and minimum standard.
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