Tuesday, January 26, 2010

I challange the LGO, BIOA and the AJTC

In the British and Irish Ombudsman's Association publication 'the ombudsman' issue 39 Walter Merricks, former Ombudsman at the Financial Ombudsman Service states, in an article called Reflections,

"A challenge for BIOA and for the AJTC would be to commission some critical evidence based analysis that would either support our right to a permanent place in the administrative justice system – or show if and where the claims we make have less substance than we may like to think."

Accordingly, I challenge the LGO, BIOA and AJTC to commission some critical evidence based analysis that would either support the LGO's right to a permanent place in the administrative justice system - or show where the claims of the LGO have less substance that they assert. Proving once and for all that they have no right to a permanent place in the administrative justice system.

Please note: By critical I don't mean another manipulated MORI type survey in which a significant number of complainants were excluded. My Freedom of Information request to find out what the AJTC have already done.

For information: The Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) is a founder member of the British and Irish Ombudsman's Association (BIOA) whilst Pat Thomas, ex LGO, is currently shown as a member of the Administrative Justice and Tribunal Council (AJTC). The AJTC even have an ex council CEO as a member.

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