The letter makes three points:
a) false documents are being used to file bankruptcy
b) wealthy individuals are being bankrupted for no valid reason
c) Bank of England accounts are being used as part of insolvency procedures.
The enclosures we provided consist of :
Evidence a: a false document to file bankruptcy
Evidence b: the cases of three wealthy individuals and references to Guardian articles about a fourth case the story of Patrick Cullinane
Evidence c1: cover page of a legal document of The Insolvency Service
Evidence c2: page 7 of same document relating insolvency accounts to the Bank of England.
Our aim is to group cases to change the law and to enforce the Bank of England Act 1694. This Act was written with the intention to avoid the oppression of Their Majesties’ subjects by the Corporation, i.e. the Bank of England.
Regarding the enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694, Austin Mitchell has tabled Early Day Motion 1297 for MPs to sign, while we are publishing the blog EDM1297 for ‘cases’ to record their story of oppression.