Access to Justice? No, the London Court of Appeal can’t sort Wales’ Courts out

What if you can’t get justice in Wales? You apply to the Court of Appeal in London. That’s what Maurice and his legal advisor thought.

But the London Court of Appeal wrote: sorry. Not our jurisdiction. Wales is Wales. A single Welsh judge again. No jury. Stick to what Maurice calls “the cabal of incestuous tactics” and “racial discrimination“.

Do they treat him the way they do because he’s English???

Bullying by organisational policy, harassment by multi-agency arrangements, only because the Welsh don’t like the English because of their imperialistic actions?

Well, I guess it’s “tough luck” for Maurice. But maybe it can change into “tough love”?…

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is now a solution to the Prime Number problem:
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2 Responses to Access to Justice? No, the London Court of Appeal can’t sort Wales’ Courts out

  1. VeraMaureen Jenner says:

    I believe it’s all part of the political / legal merry-go-round. In the words of Flanders & Swan – ‘It all makes work for the working man to do’ except it’s not about working men but rather about giving ordinary people the run-around.

    We elect our politicians and we foolishly trust them to make just laws. They then prove they are incapable of being honest while the law proves it is incapable of justice.

    Currently, the press is obsessed by news of some rather bizarre behaviour by a few members of the British Royal Family and so called celebrities. Unfortunately, they cannot turn their attention to more worthwhile causes because ordinary people and their problems do not sell newspapers. Meanwhile, we all hope and pray Maurice will cling to his resolve knowing that we, his friends are wholeheartedly behind him. We’ll get there in the end.


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