Stanley Embling is a 73-year Malayan veteran who has worked for British Steel for 30 years. In that capacity, he got seriously injured and disabled whilst on duty in 1990. He is one of many other former employees who have been denied compensation for the lack of observing Health and Safety at Work (HASAW) rules.
In his attempts to get compensation (in 1995 valued at £200,00), he has made tremendous efforts of communication which continue today, especially because important documents disappeared in courts. He is so crippled that he can hardly walk.
During these attempts, he discovered that his GMB Union had conspired (and concealed such facts for many years) to prevent him, and thousands of other former British Steel employees at Scunthorpe steelworks, from getting his industrial injury compensation, rightful employment entitlements and substantial fiscal benefits.
Here is a list of people and organisations who have let him down:
1. British Steel of Scunthorpe (employee for 30 years)
2. GMB Union (fee paying member for 30 years)
3. Legal Aid
4. Labour MPs
5. Lord Irvine of Lairge
6. Gordon Brown MP
7. MPs from other parties
9. The Police
10. The Serious Fraud Office
11. The Met. Police (Special Branch)
12. Judges in the High Court, Appeal Court and County Court
13. Lord Justice Mance, Judge Cracknell and Judge Robinson
14. Office for the Supervision of Solicitors (OSS)
15. Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)
16. The Legal Ombudsman
17. The Royal British Legion
18. The Disablement Income Group, run by Mrs. Roni Wilson
19. The Top Directors of British Steel, including The Chief Accountant
20. The top man of the GMB Union (John Edmonds)
21. The TUC
A one-page summary is here.