Dear Sir Henry,
I draw your attention to the Editorial in today’s Guardian (2 July 2018, Journal, page 2) with regard to the “breathtaking hypocrisy of the UK’s role in human rights abuses”. (Article below)
Whilst the Editorial focused on the UK’s cover-up of human rights abuses perpetrated by the United States, it is surely applicable to those abuses perpetrated by the UK Government.
I refer, of course, to the myriad abuses perpetrated against me by all branches of the Conservative government in an attempt to defame and cover up my exposure of child abuse in Lambeth, Harpenden, the Met Police et al.
I also refer to the human rights abuses perpetrated against my daughter, her husband, her children and her half-brothers.
Norman Lamb, your close Parliamentary colleague in North Norfolk, has championed whistleblowers against the Royal Bank of Scotland (http://www.edp24.co.uk/business/rbs-norfolk-whistleblower-battle-with-bank-ruined-my-health-1-4892611) and also in the NHS (https://www.parliament.uk/edm/2016-17/473) to such an extent that he even called for an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons, and, as you are aware, I have written to you on several occasions asking you to do the same for both me and also Tony Martin – whose clearly unsafe conviction based as it was on demonstrable police corruption, continues to be covered up by Liz Truss, Tony’s MP and your friend and colleague.
Can you kindly provide me with a definitive position statement: Do you stand alongside Norman Lamb in defending the human rights of whistle-blowers in his constituency or do you stand alongside the paedophiles, perverts and corrupt police officers (not to mention barristers and judges) who have taken away my human rights, those of my family and Tony Martin’s?
I look forward to your response before Parliament has its long summer break.
I have written to your secretary, Eileen Stephens, asking her to provide dates on which we could meet to discuss reparation by the Government for its alarming breaches of my human rights.
B. Ed (Hons)
Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling
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