The problems are multi-levelled in a deep hierarchy of organisations and institutions.
On behalf of voters and taxpayers,
- we made a number of submissions to various Committees at the House of Lords and Commons
- we got Austin Mitchell MP to table Early Day Motions to see how many other MPs think like we do
- we started the online petition Stop the Cash Crumble to Equalize the Credit Crunch
On behalf of individual financial and legal victims,
- we published Financial Fairness for Voters and Taxpayers, please!
- Austin Mitchell MP tabled Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694 – EDM 1297 targeted at MPs in the last Parliament
- we published Stop the Oppression of the British people as an online petitions targeted at HM The Queen
- we wrote an Open Letter to the Business Minister The Rt Hon Dr. Vincent Cable MP on behalf of four “sample cases” and the administrative errors that led to fraudulent bankruptcies
- we sent an Open Letter to the Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke QC MP.
The Police is supposed to investigate criminal activities, but experience says they don’t. Here is a General Police Discussion blog.
EDM 516: Reporting of Fraud illustrates the difficulty for victims.
Our hope was the Victims Commissioner Louise Casey with whom I spoke briefly after her talk at the RSA.
But we keep having to find new good people!