When Maurice sent me a notice where the Treasury Solicitor’s Department expected a payment of £2,200, I suggested he should offer them £10 per month until the £50,000 judgment in Maurice’s favour is being paid.
Instead, he produced this chronology of events that illustrate:
- the absence of effective remedies before national authorities (Article 13 of the European Convention on Human Rights) and fair trials (Article 6 of the European Conventional on Human Rights) and Article 47 of the European Fundamental Rights Charter
- the ineffectiveness of HM Court Service as a way to obtain justice
- the effectiveness of HM Court Service to keep solicitors, barristers and judges well fed.