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Honourary Title Mr, Mister

We're waiting for Paul-brian to read recent responses and update the status.

Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I would like to know when and at what age do the Government apply the Honourary Title Mr, Mister, to a man?
1. Is the decision by the governament to apply the honourary title 'Mr' consentual with the man who the title is being applied to?
2. Can the man refuse to accept the honourary title Mr, Mister?
3. Mister, Mr is a title or courtesy, a man who is an incumbent of office 'Office' . What office do the government believe that the man holds who the honourary title Mr, Mister is being given?

Blacks Law 4th edition
MISTER. A title of courtesy. A trade, craft, oc- cupation, employment, office.

HONORABLE. A title of courtesy given in Eng- land to the younger children of earls, and the chil- dren of viscounts and barons; and, collectively, to the house of commons.

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I'm still waiting for a reply.. By Law, I should have had it by now

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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drawing up regulations for such awards is one which does not admit of a
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the risk of satisfying nobody. All that is possible is to give the
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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I'm sorry your answer is simply not good enough, you've been late with your reply and then then just provide a link that does not answer my questions. That is the reason for my FOI request.

Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I would like to know when and at what age do the Government apply the Honourary Title Mr, Mister, to a man?
1. Is the decision by the governament to apply the honourary title 'Mr' consentual with the man who the title is being applied to?
2. Can the man refuse to accept the honourary title Mr, Mister?
3. Mister, Mr is a title or courtesy, a man who is an incumbent of office 'Office' . What office do the government believe that the man holds who the honourary title Mr, Mister is being given?

Blacks Law 4th edition
MISTER. A title of courtesy. A trade, craft, oc- cupation, employment, office.

HONORABLE. A title of courtesy given in Eng- land to the younger children of earls, and the chil- dren of viscounts and barons; and, collectively, to the house of commons.

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I am still awaitig a reply

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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"The object of giving medals, stars and ribbons is to give pride and
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is something which everybody does not possess. If all have it, it is of
less value. There must, therefore, be heartburnings and disappointments on
the borderline. A medal glitters, but it also casts a shadow. The task of
drawing up regulations for such awards is one which does not admit of a
perfect solution. It is not possible to satisfy everybody without running
the risk of satisfying nobody. All that is possible is to give the
greatest satisfaction to the greatest number and to hurt the feelings of
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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I am still awaiting a reply.. You are not behaving honourably.

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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"The object of giving medals, stars and ribbons is to give pride and
pleasure to those who have deserved them. At the same time a distinction
is something which everybody does not possess. If all have it, it is of
less value. There must, therefore, be heartburnings and disappointments on
the borderline. A medal glitters, but it also casts a shadow. The task of
drawing up regulations for such awards is one which does not admit of a
perfect solution. It is not possible to satisfy everybody without running
the risk of satisfying nobody. All that is possible is to give the
greatest satisfaction to the greatest number and to hurt the feelings of
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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

Any chance of a reply??

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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"The object of giving medals, stars and ribbons is to give pride and
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is something which everybody does not possess. If all have it, it is of
less value. There must, therefore, be heartburnings and disappointments on
the borderline. A medal glitters, but it also casts a shadow. The task of
drawing up regulations for such awards is one which does not admit of a
perfect solution. It is not possible to satisfy everybody without running
the risk of satisfying nobody. All that is possible is to give the
greatest satisfaction to the greatest number and to hurt the feelings of
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Dear Team, 
Are you able to get back to Paul on this please? 
This request was sent a while ago and I don't believe he has received a
response on this?
Many Thanks
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Dear Honours Mailbox,

Team, I've not had a reply..

Yours sincerely,

Paul-brian

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nomination. They will be actively considered.

"The object of giving medals, stars and ribbons is to give pride and
pleasure to those who have deserved them. At the same time a distinction
is something which everybody does not possess. If all have it, it is of
less value. There must, therefore, be heartburnings and disappointments on
the borderline. A medal glitters, but it also casts a shadow. The task of
drawing up regulations for such awards is one which does not admit of a
perfect solution. It is not possible to satisfy everybody without running
the risk of satisfying nobody. All that is possible is to give the
greatest satisfaction to the greatest number and to hurt the feelings of
the fewest."  Winston Churchill

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

This is an unacceptable delay..

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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Bravery and/or Gallantry Awards

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take this as an automatic acknowledgement that we have received your
nomination. They will be actively considered.

"The object of giving medals, stars and ribbons is to give pride and
pleasure to those who have deserved them. At the same time a distinction
is something which everybody does not possess. If all have it, it is of
less value. There must, therefore, be heartburnings and disappointments on
the borderline. A medal glitters, but it also casts a shadow. The task of
drawing up regulations for such awards is one which does not admit of a
perfect solution. It is not possible to satisfy everybody without running
the risk of satisfying nobody. All that is possible is to give the
greatest satisfaction to the greatest number and to hurt the feelings of
the fewest."  Winston Churchill

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Thank you for your recent email, copied below. Unfortunately, we cannot
accept a request without a full and valid name. Please provide a full name
if you wish to continue with this request. If we do not hear from you
within two months of the date of this email we will consider the matter
closed.

 

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Email: [1][email address]

 

From: Paul-brian <[2][FOI #726190 email]>
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 at 16:50
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Honourary Title Mr, Mister
To: FOI requests at Main Honours Advisory Committee
<[3][Main Honours Advisory Committee request email]>

Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I would like to know when and at what age do the Government apply the
Honourary Title Mr, Mister, to a man?
1. Is the decision by the governament to apply the honourary title 'Mr'
consentual with the man who the title is being applied to?
2. Can the man refuse to accept the honourary title Mr, Mister?
3. Mister, Mr is a title or courtesy, a man who is an incumbent of office
'Office' . What office do the government believe that the man holds who
the honourary title Mr, Mister is being given?

Blacks Law 4th edition
MISTER. A title of courtesy. A trade, craft, oc- cupation, employment,
office.

HONORABLE. A title of courtesy given in Eng- land to the younger children
of earls, and the chil- dren of viscounts and barons; and, collectively,
to the house of commons.

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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Dear FOI Team Mailbox,

My name, as as given to me by my parents and as writen on my Birth Certificate is Paul-brian

Yours sincerely,

Paul-brian

FOI Team Mailbox, Main Honours Advisory Committee

Dear Paul-Brian

 

Thank you for your email.  As we have previously advised you; we need a
full name in order to log any FOI request.  Can you clarify what is your
surname, please?  The way you have formatted it in your email, is not
clear to us what your first name and your last name is.

 

If your request is not valid under FOIA, we are not obliged to process
your request.  We are not able to answer to any further correspondence
from you until at least a last name is provided.

 

Kind regards,

 

FOI team

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Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywPaul-brian mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.