Category Archives: Privy Council

LITIGANTS in PERSON in Courts and Prisons – where do we go from here in our supposed ‘austerity times’?

Firstly: HANDS OFF OUR UNIONS and RESIST AUSTERITY are the slogans for a rally organised by the People’s Assembly on Tuesday, 11 February at 6.30 in London. I wish everybody there knew about the Bradbury Pound as the UK’s answer … Continue reading

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Towards Investigating White Collar Crimes, incl. Royal Charters, the ticket to immunity from prosecution

Maurice writes about this summary: Many of the members of the veterinary profession and lawyers, across the world, also knowing all the circumstances, were confident that this extreme and unusual conduct by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons would, eventually, … Continue reading

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On the Unusual, Extreme and Indefinite Aspects of Kirk v South Wales Police

In 2004, their Lordships Hoffmann, Roder of Earlsferry and Sir Philip Otton represented the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and delivered a judgment of 35 paragraphs on eleven pages. Paragraph 2 begins with “This is a very unusual case.” … Continue reading

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Harassment by South Wales Police means LOTS of motoring incidents plus false imprisonments, non-investigation of crimes plus…

The current case for civil damages “Kirk v South Wales Police” has been called “unusual”, “extreme” and “indefinite”. And indeed, this list of motoring incidents is only a small beginning. For what is worse: to be struck off the Register … Continue reading

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