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  • Writer's pictureBruce Lamb

Lets Play The Game - They've Made Their Moves - CM

Updated: Feb 8, 2023

Now its Your turn? .. How The Politicians Lost The Plot - The Art of War - Sun Tzu

The positive aspect is - We Know Their Every Move - They Have To Tell You First -

They Rely On You Being Submissive or Giving Tacit Agreement To Their Demands

or Orders.

Has your MP taken actions to Stop the Carnage? Public Servant? Nolan Principles apply:

If its an Order - There is a Bill - Send them an Invoice.

Rate Schedules At The Ready!!

If you do their job for them. Send An Invoice.

You cannot falsely bill an Individual? Get Your Rate Schedule together and Lets Go.

They have for decades, turn the tables with an itemised bill or demand for payment.

Small claims court:

Magistrates Courts:

Crown Courts:

Check if you can make a small claim

The rules about making a small claim depend on what the claim is for.

If you’ve had a problem with a service or product

You can make a small claim for up to £10,000 if you have a problem with something you’ve paid for - like poor service or a faulty product. You can also make a small claim if you’ve paid for a service or product you haven’t received. You have the right to make a claim up to 6 years after you paid for the service or product . Sometimes you can have rights for longer than 6 years - contact the Citizens Advice consumer service to find out more about this.

Geza v Matt - Knockout to Geza T.

Geza : Good Man :

Silence is Golden - Project Veritas - TMBC - GMCA - WDTK

Updated: 2 days ago

Part 1 of 2 - WDTK - TRAFFORD TMBC - GMCA Work In Progress No Response to the Letter Before Claim From Eleanor Roaf. We Progress.. Message Updated 31.01.23 18:05

Rik Mayall - One By One Extract 2014? When You Know ,You Know, You Know.

Matt L T v The BBC - Knockout to Matt


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Geza v Wes - Wes Ran Away? Hid. Shadow Health Secretary.

The evidence is mounting up. ONS data shows that in England during the spring of 2020, there was a death spike. The causes of the deaths were recorded across several disease groups suggesting they are iatrogenic deaths – deaths induced by medical professionals or by medical treatment or diagnostic procedures.

John Dee has been publishing a series of articles on causes of excess deaths using data Joel Smalley obtained from the Office of National Statistics (“ONS”) using the Freedom of Information Act. Data Smalley obtained details weekly deaths by date of death, age, sex and primary cause of death covering the period June 2014 to November 2022.

John Dee is a former head of clinical audit at a busy NHS teaching hospital specialising in clinical outcomes. Previously, Dee headed a statistical modelling section as a G7 government scientist, providing consultancy for both the public and private sectors.

Chief Constables LBC - Eleanor Roaf
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My name’s Mark and I’m a human rights campaigner. I’ve just found out I was included in a government Mis/Disinformation Report for sharing a petition from the official Parliamentary petitions website

And it’s clear that I’m not the only one.

Big Brother Watch research has found that secretive government units have been monitoring and recording criticism of the Government on social media. Politicians, academics, campaigners, journalists and even members of the public have been subjected to monitoring by Whitehall officials, and an “information warfare machine” in the British Army. Worryingly, many of these units have a special relationship with social media companies which gives them powers to force the censorship of online speech.

The government’s Counter Disinformation Unit censors and monitors dissent, not disinformation, without due process or transparency. It should be shut down.

The Counter Disinformation Unit has overstepped the mark. Whilst the public think they’re fighting disinformation from hostile foreign states, Big Brother Watch’s investigation reveals that they’re acting just like those authoritarian states by monitoring campaigners, experts, journalists and MPs who post unflattering information about them. Monitoring critics and suppressing dissent only harms our democracy.

Stephen Watson Collateral

Right to Access the courts for members of the public

Any member of the public has the right to access any court hearing in the UK, with a few exceptions such as family courts, cases with children etc. If any court employee, usher, or security denies you access to a court, quote this case law.

Note that some courts are small and don’t have a ‘public gallery’; but you are entitled to sit on any seat, or stand if there are no seats. But do not be disruptive or make noise. Everything ultimately is between living people where one lays a claim of right, alleging another is under an obligation to comply, so everything in substance is civil. “It is not merely of some importance but it is of fundamental importance that justice must not only be done, but must also be seen to be done. Nothing is to be done which creates even a suspicion that there has been an improper interference with the course of justice.” This dictum was laid down by Lord Hewart, the then Lord Chief Justice of England in the case of Rex v. Sussex Justices, [1924] 1 KB 256.,_ex_parte_McCarthy

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