Thursday, August 16, 2018

Data the Greater London Authority-commissioned St Mungo's assured the court last year had been rectified is still being held by the charity under my name

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For the attention of the Information Commissioner's Office

Dominic Williamson
Executive Director
St Mungo's

Address removed for email

16 August 2018

Dear Mr Williamson,

This morning I telephoned the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) about data you assured the court last year had been rectified by you but is being currently held under my wife's name.

The ICO told me that, in light of the court proceedings and your acknowledgement of my phone message of 1 August, I could write to them today. Alternatively, it was suggested that, if I wanted to try and resolve this matter without the help of the ICO, I could write to you and give you two weeks to respond.

Please could you respond to this email before 30 August.

Yours sincerely,

Declan Heavey

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Dominic Williamson
Date: 4 August 2018 at 11:17
Subject: Your phone message of 1 August
To: Declan Heavey

Dear Mr Heavey,

I am on leave at the moment but briefly checked in and heard your message. I will look into the issue when I am back in the office on 14 August and will contact you as soon as I can after that.

Best wishes,


Dominic Williamson
Executive director of strategy and policy
St Mungo’s

4 August: Our dispute with the Mayor of London's St Mungo's service over enforced joint visits rages on. St Mungo's CEO Howard Sinclair remains vague on the issue.

Monday, August 13, 2018

British Telecom: We're back to escalating Internet cuts; three cuts so far today. We pay £850 per year for BT Infinity 2 fibre optic broadband (WITH UPDATE 15/8/2018)

Our Church and State website has no less than 40 Nobel Prize winners on it; for details, see this blog's sidebar under "Church and State" (updated today).

UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)

UPDATE 15/8/2018 (11.51am):
Internet cuts

277th 13 August 2018 11.32am (1/4 hour)
278th 13 August 2018 12.17pm
279th 13 August 2018 2.01pm (1/2 hour)
280th 14 August 2018 4.12pm
281st 14 August 2018 6.31pm (1/2 hour)
282nd 14 August 2018 10.01pm

15 August: no cuts so far today (as at 11.51am)

7 July: INTERNET CUTS: Are 45-minute Internet cuts to be the new norm? We pay British Telecom £850 per year for broadband (WITH UPDATE 15/8/2018: re 282nd Internet cut since 26 May 2017)