Supportive Letter from Nic Dakin MP to veteran victim Stanley Embling

This letter shows what the right MP with the right attitude can do!
However, he proposes Action Fraud which is useless, as can be seen from this email:

From: Action Fraud []
Sent: 25 October 2010 17:12
To: Sabine K McNeill
Subject: RE: The scope of fraud

Dear Sabine,

Thank you for your email.

Just for clarification, Action Fraud complete crime reports of fraud on behalf of the police, we do not have investigatory powers ourselves.

Once the fraud report has been submitted, it then goes directly through the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau where the intelligence is built. We have no way of finding out the status of an individual crime report, so we would not know how many have been investigated or how many outstanding cases there are.

I hope this email has helped.


Ashley Grand
Action Fraud Advisor

Given Stan’s age, we are advocating that the Government should step in as Compensator of Last Resort and get the monies back from British Steel and the Trade Union.


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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One Response to Supportive Letter from Nic Dakin MP to veteran victim Stanley Embling

  1. Colin Peters says:

    After John Hemming, it’s good to hear of another MP taking an active interest in ‘white collar crime’ on behalf of one of his constituents.
    Well done Nik Dakin.
    Let’s hope that there will be a few more.
    My own MP, Gerry Sutcliffe, has still not responded to the open letter to him that I circulated a few weeks ago, and because, under the rules, MPs can only represent their own constituents, it looks like I’m lumbered.
    Ah well.

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