Public Interest

This is Jeff`s quest to achieve recompense for SMEs for the misery heaped on them following Lloyds Bank`s alleged perjured affidavit of 26 September 1997.

Here is what happened so far:

Case reference: Jeff Lampert v the ICO (GIA/3422/2016)

Relevant documents in the case:

The First Tier Tribunal`s decision in this matter dated 20th of September 2016.

The Upper Tribunal`s decision in this matter dated 1st of March 2019.

Note to the ICO dated 14th of March 2019 at 12:37.

The ICO`s response dated 14th of March 2019 at 13:36.

Jeff Lampert`s response dated 19th of March.

Jeff Lampert`s further submission dated 20th of March.

Jeff Lampert`s submission to challenge the Upper Tribunal’s response

Jeff Lampert`s submission to the Court of Appeal on the 10 June 2019

The Bank Signature Forgery Campaign

"Project Heritage commends The Bank Signature Forgery Campaign

The Bank Signature Forgery Campaign is supported by Anthony Stansfeld, Police Commissioner for Thames Valley and Kevin Hollinrake MP Co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking.

The Campaign invites every victim of Lloyds Bristol to go through their files and send a photo of every bank signature (including by a bank employee or bank law firm representative) to the Campaign. It can be difficult for victims to discover by themselves if signatures have been forged as they may have only received one or a few signatures in the name of the same bank person. However, if the victims send the photos of the bank signatures to the Campaign, we will then compare all the bank signatures signed in the name of the same bank person to see if there is any evidence of suspected forged signatures. We will then send the suspect signatures to a signature expert witness for review and will then let victims know if signatures on their documents appear to have been forged.

Victims can send the photos to the Campaign by post or email via the APPG Banking or by DM through the Campaigns Twitter and Facebook pages &

Julian Watts

Bank Signature Forgery Campaign

assisting Police & Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld of Thames Valley Police in the investigation into Lloyds Bank Bristol"

Relevant to your case?

The recent judgment of Bates v Post Office [2019] EWHC 606 (QB) from point 1113 onwards refers to “relational contracts”. We have asked Professor Nigel Harper to comment on the relevance of “relational contracts” to Banking Law and practice.

“What is a Contract without intent of a relationship? With that relationship, it is implied that both parties will act honestly, with integrity, morality, transparency, openness, loyalty, trust and truth.  Banking is NO different. As a Privileged Profession, anything less is unacceptable and facilitates Criminal behaviours.”

Prof Nigel Harper

Also, this is a link to the sentencing remarks in the HBOS Reading case:

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