Where we’re going

Given the crisis, we have new opportunities for raising awareness among sufferers of our financial and legal system and MPs, since Parliament is the highest court in the land:

  • the extraordinary number of cases, where businesses were bankrupted, homes repossessed and other injustices carried out
  • many examples of ‘stitch-ups’ that never intended to pay out the money that borrowers applied for
  • the underlying causes that are historic, systemic and of a long-term nature.

Hit by the Crisis? contains a letter that you can send to your MP.

Financial Fairness! is our second online petition targeted at the Treasury Select Committee.

Challenging the Recession is our next meeting at the House of Commons.

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One response to “Where we’re going

  1. In the off chance if the property is not sold before the bridging loan matures, it can usually be converted into a conventional loan without any payment penalty.

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