EDM 1297: the outcome of our last meeting,

Early Day Motion 1297 was tabled by Austin Mitchell MP on April 20th and has been signed by twelve other MPs.

It advocates the enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694 and thus puts the finger on the button of the banking system and its supervisory institution: the Bank of England.

The outcome of our Forum meeting on June 23rd was this new site that gathers complaints with a view to changing the law via Parliament as the highest Court in the Land.

Here are the statements made on the day:

Austin Mitchell MP, Chairman of the Forum for Stable Currencies, next to Brad Meyer who prepared and facilitated the meeting

Roger Lawson, Communications Director, UK Shareholders Association

Eva Adshead who made Case Law as a Victim of RBS and the Legal Aid Board.

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