Friday, June 24, 2016

Central London County Court: Declan is unfazed by the prospect of another clash over court documents

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County Court at Central London, Royal Courts of Justice

On 16 December 2015 the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) upheld the Applicant's complaint against the Ministry of Justice for breach of the Data Protection Act 1998. The ICO found that the Ministry had mishandled the Applicant's subject access request for a copy of the GLA's application to contest the court's jurisdiction, filed at Central London County Court on 14 October 2015 (see Annex 18, pp. 57-59).

- Excerpt from Declan's updated complaint to the United Nations, para. 38(ii)

TO BE CONTINUED - Declan is still waiting for St Mungo's CEO Howard Sinclair to respond to his request on Thursday of last week for an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to resolve the homeless charity's blatant flaunting of the Data Protection Act against us week in week out since we met St Mungo's TST Service Development Manager Kathleen Sims at our home on 22 April. Sinclair has also failed to reply to Declan's Letter Before Claim dated 31 May 2016, which in fact only succeeded in making a bad situation a lot worse (see further below Particulars of Claim, para. 3). ...

Heavey v St Mungo's

Brief details of claim (updated)


The Claimant has a support agreement, dated 15 April 2016, which requires the Defendant to ensure that any notes recorded from meetings are action notes, and that these are brief notes recording any actions agreed by all parties in the meetings. The Defendant has repeatedly uploaded notes from two subsequent meetings that are not action notes as agreed and remain inaccurate and false. The Defendant has not replied to the Claimant's Letter Before Claim, dated 31 May 2016, or responded to his request of 16 June 2016 for an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). The Claimant contends that the Defendant is seeking to undermine his support agreement by means of the serial abuse of data and misrepresentation, thereby putting his supported tenancy at risk. He is making an application to the Court for a declaration that the Defendant has acted unlawfully in holding or uploading information about him relating to his support, and an order pursuant to Section 14 of the Data Protection Act that the Defendant is to rectify any and all information that it has on the Claimant and adopt the Claimant's supplementary provisions to his support agreement which are specifically aimed at preventing these violations from reoccurring. Alternatively, the Claimant requests leave to appeal under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act.

Value

The Claimant seeks an award of damages for distress amounting to a sum of not more than £1,000, including his costs in respect of this action.

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St Mungo's (then called St Mungo's Broadway) stood in defiance of this court order for over eight months:

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Related bog post 19 April 2016: The Mayor of London's Clearing House service (run by St Mungo's) takes Declan to the brink of a small claims court action for the second time in two months

Thursday, June 23, 2016

2nd NatWest Alert: "There was an attempt to sign in to your Natwest online on Thu, Jun 23,2016 from an unrecognized device"

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1st Alert 9 May 2016: "Your business email address registered with your NWB business account has been changed on 9 May 2016."

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Previous blog post 22 June 2016: Financial Ombudsman: Adjudicator acknowledges bank alert "would've been of great concern" but then dismisses Declan's complaint for unfair treatment!!

The removal of our flat door in 2012 pales into insignificance when compared to the concern the alert above caused.
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