UK Insurance Companies Covering Up Child Abuse Since 1996?

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When news broke last year that local authorities had been caught trying to suppress evidence of child abuse to avoid losing insurance cover should they have found themselves having to compensate victims, the public and the media started to look at how insurance companies in these situations were behaving, too.

A BBC investigation observed that insurance companies were placing pressure on councils to make it increasingly difficult for victims of sexual abuse to seek justice, not just in the present, but stretching back several years.

That this behaviour has a long history to it, is even greater cause for concern. We know this kind of behaviour stems back at least as far as 1996, when MP Rhodri Morgan exposed insurance companies Zurich Mutual and Municipal’s threats to withdraw insurance if independent reports outlining abuse in care in Wales, were published.

As of yet, there has only been one inquiry into how…

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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 www.smartknowledge.space
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4 Responses to UK Insurance Companies Covering Up Child Abuse Since 1996?

  1. T Birks says:

    ‘we are all in it together’ .. isn’t that what he said .. well if the people really cared enough they would raise their voices and make their disapproval heard, listen! …
    everybody thought somebody would do what anybody could but nobody did .. so it;s just us.

  2. Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee says:

    RE:- BAR MUTUAL INDEMNITY FUND LTD: THE BAR COUNCIL: THE BAR STANDARDS BOARD:-
    _____________________________________________________________

    THEY DO COVER UP AS WITH REGARDS TO THE BARRISTERS INSURANCE POLICY COVERS- AND CONDITIONAL FEE AGREEMENT OR NOTICE OF FUNDING WHILST THEY DO DIRECT OR INDIRECT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST LITIGANTS IN PERSONS AS BEING VEXATIOUS LITIGANTS, WHEN THE MEMBERS OF THE BAR COUNCIL HAVE NO LEGAL RIGHT TO VOTE IN MANY COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES, WHILST THE SENIOR COURTS ACT 1981 APPLIES ONLY IN ENGLAND AND WALES.

    THERE IS SECTION 73, 73A, 173 (8) (11) (A) (B) OF THE TCPA 1990 (AS AMENDED BY THE PLANNING AND COMPENSATION ACT 1991.

    Other unknown Members of the Bar Council have misled the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, since they want to make more amount of Amount.

    The Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street, Press Release Review of Racial Bias and Bame Representations in Criminal Justice System announced first published 31st January 2016.
    This should have covered the Civil Justice System- Court of Appeal Civil Division and Administrative Court.

    I believe that some of the Crown Court Judges are not familiar with the TCPA 1990 (as amended) whilst many other Citizens are being fined for breach of an Enforcement Notice, and Proceedings taken under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, It is the Local Authorities who are benefiting from the Proceeds of Unlawful Conduct by way of Entrapment against the Citizens.
    Say London Borough of Hackney Council, The London Borough of Newham Council, The London Borough of Waltham Forest Council, The London Borough of Redbridge Council,

    They are aware the Order made on the 8th December 2003 in the Proceedings Number CO/3208/2003 before Lord Justice Rose and than Mr Justice Jackson is a Civil Proceedings which doesn’t restrict me from taking any Criminal Proceedings.

    The Lawyers-Barristers in the United Kingdom, they can’t legalise Crime by making an Application for a Civil Restraint Order, whilst they are benefitting from the Proceeds of Unlawful Conduct by non-disclosure of New Legislation and the Decision of Dunoon Developments Ltd Versus the Secretary of State and Poole District Council which was decided in the Court of Appeal in the year 1992.

    Yours Faithfully

    ISMAIL ABDULHAI BHAMJEE.

  3. yolandek says:

    Yes 1996 is the year that the insurance industry went into panic. Colonial Mutual completely shut down their UK operations in the aftermath of the 1996 Chillenden Murders and left their UK. A Kent freemason told me that freemasons in Kent suspected that my ex-husband, a Financial Adviser for Colonial Mutual, was involved in these murders. I only know what he was up to in 1980 when I got a life-long court protection order + penal notice against him – so how did he become a Magistrate? Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 04:52:43 +0000 To: yolandelindridge@live.co.uk

  4. yolandek says:

    In case you don’t know about the 1996 Chillenden Murders in Kent – a mother and one of her young daughters were murdered on their way home from school – another young daughter was left for dead and their pet dog was killed too. These murders were linked to the murders of 2 young women in Kent in 1987. Colonial Mutual, HQ in Kent, shut down their operations in 1996, sold them off and left the UK. These murders happened during my year in office as Kent Businesswoman of the Year. From: yolandelindridge@live.co.uk To: comment+ew8d-y1d68fh849flqve26c@comment.wordpress.com CC: sabine@3d-metrics.com Subject: RE: [New post] UK Insurance Companies Covering Up Child Abuse Since 1996? Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2016 20:22:17 +0000

    Yes 1996 is the year that the insurance industry went into panic. Colonial Mutual completely shut down their UK operations in the aftermath of the 1996 Chillenden Murders and left their UK. A Kent freemason told me that freemasons in Kent suspected that my ex-husband, a Financial Adviser for Colonial Mutual, was involved in these murders. I only know what he was up to in 1980 when I got a life-long court protection order + penal notice against him – so how did he become a Magistrate? Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 04:52:43 +0000 To: yolandelindridge@live.co.uk

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