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THE JUDICIAL Working Group on Litigants in Person: Report – advocating CONFIDENCE in JUDICIAL IMPARTIALITY

This 55-page report was sent by Jeff Lampert of Help4LiPs. Constituted by the Master of the Rolls, the Working Group was formed in December 2012 following the expected rise in the number of litigants in person (LiPs) after the Legal … Continue reading

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Pure Public Interest Cases – without benefit from the litigation – don’t deserve legal aid funding

Now I know what “Public Interest” stands for: no personal benefits from the result of a litigation! Just for the sake of justice, peace, absence of trauma, violence and cruelty. I learned it from this Guardian article of 12 May … Continue reading

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Victims of White Collar Crime (financial exploitation and legal oppression): blog and report

This blog became necessary to focus on “victims turned starfighters”, after we had produced Room 14 – a Foundation for Change and Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694. Since then, I’ve also created Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police, … Continue reading

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