Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Is it the intention of the Central London County Court to now burn us for the £80 refund they approved last April? (WITH UPDATE 1/6/2017)

Re: Blocks on public access to our Church and State website since 26 July 2016

From my earlier blog post's Update 1 June (8.36am):

"I have just updated my blog post of 16 January with this morning's 464th block on public access to our Church and State website since 26 July 2016. The blog post also not only reveals a record-breaking 52 such blocks in one week at the end of April (an unprecedented escalation that kicked off with our focus on Denmark's cartoon crisis; 94 blocks last month), but it reveals the daily targeting to fluctuating degrees of category pages throughout the site which continues to this day."

An unprecedented ten blocks in one day on 7 May with our publication of Atheist Ireland republishes 25 blasphemous quotes in solidarity with Stephen Fry. Nineteen blocks last week; ten blocks so far this week; one block since midnight today.

The War on Free Expression


County Court at Central London, Royal Courts of Justice

27 May: The Central London County Court: We still have not received help with our court hearing fee and this after receiving District Judge Avent's order two days after the expiration of our statutory 21 days to apply for permission to appeal (WITH UPDATE 27/5/2017)

UPDATE 1 June (9.47am): We are still waiting for our £80 cheque from the Court in full refund of the money we paid for the court hearing that took place on 20 February. This is a cheque that was approved on 26 April, according to the Court's telephone service on 9 May. We are also waiting for British Telecom's Executive Level Complaints (Consumer) to provide us with a copy of an engineer's report dated 24 May without a Subject Access Request under the jurisdiction of the Telecommunications Ombudsman. See my previous blog post of 27 May, British Telecom: Will BT Executive Level Complaints provide us with a copy of the engineer's report dated 24 May without a Subject Access Request under the jurisdiction of the Telecommunications Ombudsman? (WITH UPDATE - DAY 11 1/6/2017).

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20 February: The Central London County Court: District Judge Avent dismisses Declan's claim against the Greater London Authority-commissioned St Mungo's that alleged the falsification and fabrication of data against us (WITH UPDATE 16/3/2017)

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