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Old October 17th 10, 08:20 PM posted to rec.aviation.owning
Tony Lance[_7_]
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Default Ref: GMB/Unison members loss of statutory right of appeal againstdecisions of LPFA

Dear Sirs,
Ref: GMB/Unison members loss of statutory right of appeal against
decisions of LPFA
As ex-president of the Hoskyns Group PLC branch of GMB, Vauxhall
Cross, London,
I am writing to you with documentation of my case, which shows that
our members
have lost the above mentioned right.

During the abolition of the Greater London Council, some of our
members were
transferred by statutory transfer to the London Residuary Body with
the right
of final appeal to John Prescott as minister of state for the DETR.
The previous right
of appeal had been to three councillors of the GLC for terms and
conditions and pensions.

When John Prescott tranfered the responsiblity for the London Pension
Fund Authority to
Ken Livingstone Mayor of Greater London, no mention was made of the
statutory right of
appeal of your members. A judicial review would ask what the intent of
the legislators
was. Was it to transfer the whole job or part of the job? The right of
your members
could be deemed to still exist even though not written.

The contact for the Greater London Authority on this matter is given
as the Senior Legal
Officer as documented below.

Please do not hesitate to contact me about any further information.
Thank you,
Tony Lance


To access the documents use the link:-
http://www.bigberthathing.com/textform.html
username as below (Password alphatimes) This is the same for all
documents.
bookcity Greater London Authority letter from Senior Legal
Officer
edelteresa Please return the enclosures and name contact for
unions.
greenarea DETR ministerial decision to grant independant medical
review
healthgain Benefit Agency description of internet
activities.
penurygate LPFA description of medical
condition.
peterpaul Request to enforce DETR
decision
wormkiss DWP ministerial refusal on Incapacity Benefit appeal

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Old October 29th 10, 06:46 PM posted to rec.aviation.owning
Tony Lance[_7_]
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Posts: 6
Default Ref: GMB/Unison members loss of statutory right of appeal againstdecisions of LPFA

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III An equilateral triangle has a mass of sumation N, which is equal
to (N * N + N)/2, where N=1,2,3,... This is collapsed lattice
counting,
where mass = 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21,...
VI A six sided regular polygon has a mass of 1 + 6 * (N * N + N)/2,
where mass = 7, 19, 37, 61, 91, 127,...
IV Given a square of sides N, it has a mass of
N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3)), where N=8, 9, 10,...
For N=1, 2, 3,...,7 mass = N * N. The main series has mass = 68, 85,
105,..
All 10 structures in todate are combinations of these three equations.
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On 17 Oct, 20:20, Tony Lance wrote:
Dear Sirs,
Ref:GMB/Unison members loss of statutory right of appeal against
decisions of LPFA
As ex-president of the Hoskyns Group PLC branch ofGMB, Vauxhall
Cross, London,
I am writing to you with documentation of my case, which shows that
our members
have lost the above mentioned right.

During the abolition of the Greater London Council, some of our
members were
transferred by statutory transfer to the London Residuary Body with
the right
of final appeal to John Prescott as minister of state for the DETR.
The previous right
of appeal had been to three councillors of the GLC for terms and
conditions and pensions.

When John Prescott tranfered the responsiblity for the London Pension
Fund Authority to
Ken Livingstone Mayor of Greater London, no mention was made of the
statutory right of
appeal of your members. A judicial review would ask what the intent of
the legislators
was. Was it to transfer the whole job or part of the job? The right of
your members
could be deemed to still exist even though not written.

The contact for the Greater London Authority on this matter is given
as the Senior Legal
Officer as documented below.

Please do not hesitate to contact me about any further information.
Thank you,
Tony Lance


To access the documents use the link:-

http://www.bigberthathing.com/textform.html
username as below (Password alphatimes) This is the same for all documents.
bookcity * Greater London Authority letter from Senior Legal Officer
edelteresa Please return the enclosures and name contact for unions.
greenarea *DETR ministerial decision to grant independant medical review
healthgain Benefit Agency description of internet activities.
penurygate LPFA description of medical condition.
peterpaul *Request to enforce DETR decision
wormkiss * DWP ministerial refusal on Incapacity Benefit appeal

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