Case Stories to Enforce the Act

Victims Unite! has been built

  • to publicise victim stories
  • to find common denominators
  • to help victims advance their cases
  • to fight the common causes together.

By

  • sharing information about the how and why these dreadful things are happening to us
  • what we can do about them
  • how we can best communicate with “the system” that has failed us and let us down.

My particular approach consists in:

  • gathering case stories
  • encouraging victims to work with their MP
  • get MPs to work together.

Since our meeting on 25 Jan 2011, the following avenues are being pursued:

  • our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP is part of the consultation for the Economic Crime Agency
  • he will ask the Government whether they will stage a public inquiry into white collar crime
  • he is writing to the Justice and the Busienss Committee to see whether they will investigate white collar crime.

One Response to “Case Stories to Enforce the Act”

  1. EXCEPTIONAL and extreme cases of maladministration and mismanagement? | Victims Unite! Says:

    […] Unite started in August 2010 by publishing individual cases that were begun on Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694. Since then […]


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