Says Adrienne Yentis
A friend of mine recently was riding on the heath
and she came across a group of cattle strung out across the bridlepath with no way through – the only way off was to turn round. Fortunately her horse
remained calm throughout. But you can imagine how a nervous horse might react ........... read more
The National Trust
Tony Barnett writes to Damian Green, MP, Minister for Policing,
Criminal Justice and Victims (jointly with the Home Office).
"I truly believe that the trust are guilty of fraud as is provided in the 2006 fraud act;- false representation,Failure to disclose and abuse of office,I have tried to engage the local police to investigate my claims but they refuse".
Says Tony Barnett
Perhaps you will, accept my request to examine the FOI legislation, especially where it is confirmed that charities are not bound by an FOI request?
This should also be for Eric Pickles to to investigate as local government is central to the fraud.
Under a freedom of information request to recently to Hampshire County Council/ Waverley Borough council to disclose proof of ownership all but one document was disclosed, this document is/was not in their keeping, so evidence to show ownership in fee simple could not be disclosed.
The title deeds which I applied for is allegedly held by the National Trust, chairman Simone Jenkins of the Guardian, solicitor Tim butler.
I have made requests for this document, and have subsequent to the disclosure of other document from the council, I requested that the Borough council should make a similar application to the National Trust "their landlords" for copies of title Deeds.
This is where the refusal can and will be made even if the application is because it will be procedure or the application is under an FOI, because the Trust is not subject to FOI.
Now I know there are no title deeds or conveyance of freehold property, or any legal grants of easement that may be effected, but how do I/council obtain evidence to show legal grants/conveyance have been conducted without disclosure by the National Trust.
I truly believe that the trust are guilty of fraud as is provided in the 2006 fraud act;- false representation,Failure to disclose and abuse of office,I have tried to engage the local police to investigate my claims but they refuse.
Although Pins gave consent, it was given without disclosure of evidence Section 40 (1) (2 )(d) 2006 commons act, the applicants were fully aware of their false representation, and the monies gained to date from "sub tenants" from using the lands as collateral, the trust will also be aware of their criminal activities also.
Says Linda Wright
We moved to a Shropshire location a year ago having surveyed the local OS map and noted the significant number of bridleways around the property. Sadly the map appears a total fiction. Scarce any of the bridleways are usable ........... read more