Veteran Victim Stanley Embling’s Petition before Parliament

Here you can see the result of glorious collaboration:

  1. At our last meeting in the House of Commons, John Hemming MP suggested the idea: victims could petition Parliament
  2. He taught me how to draft some of our ‘cases’ into petition format
  3. Nic Dakin MP took Stanley Embling‘s text on board
  4. Hansard published the text.

Let’s what else the right MPs can do for the right victims!

29 Mar 2011 : Column 2P

Industrial Compensation (Stanley Embling)

The Petition of Stanley Embling, a citizen of the UK from Scunthorpe,

Declares that the Petitioner has tried everything in his powers as a former employee of British Steel to obtain compensation for an industrial accident, while on duty; that the Petitioner has suffered from negligence by his employer and their denial of fair hearings for industrial compensation, and that this included intimidation, deception by management, with coercion into retirement; notes that the Petitioner believes that his GMB Union has conspired to defraud him of what was owed to him and many other employees and that, in his attempts to get justice and compensation, he experienced unprofessional conduct and misfeasance by solicitors, the Law Society, the Police, two MPs and HM Court Services; that the Legal Aid Commissioner, the Solicitors’ Regulatory Authority, the Office for the Supervision of Solicitors, the Humberside Police, the Serious Fraud Office and the Metropolitan Police have either refused or failed to investigate the white collar crimes against the Petitioner; and notes that a one-page summary detailing names of solicitors and MPs is publicised on the website of Victims Unite!

The Petitioner therefore requests that the House of Commons urges the Government to compensate the Petitioner in this case.

And the Petitioner remains, etc.

[P000913]

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