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michael john made this Freedom of Information request to Prudential Regulation Authority

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Dear Prudential Regulation Authority,

As the bank of england is a Foreign Entity and the governments are bankrupt i.e gold standards act/Geneva convention / gdpr etc etc

Under freedom of information what peice of law or legislation sates that i am required to perform /hold fiduciary obligation to a person that has never been born and created by the crown corparation around the same time i was born ??

Without ill will or vexation
Yours faithfully,

michael john

Enquiries, Prudential Regulation Authority

Dear Mr John

We acknowledge receipt of your email dated 20 December below (our ref: CAS-03542-F8K7F8).

We will reply in due course.

Yours sincerely

Information Access Team, Communications Directorate
Bank of England | Threadneedle Street | London EC2R 8AH | +44 20 3461 4878
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Enquiries, Prudential Regulation Authority

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Dear Michael John

Please find attached a response to your email of 20 December below.

Yours sincerely

Information Access Team, Communications Directorate
Bank of England | Threadneedle Street | London EC2R 8AH | +44 20 3461 4878
[PRA request email]

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Dear Enquiries,
In the reply you have stated public authority at what point was the Private bank of england declared a public authority . Its a bit like asking how much is ten pounds worth ,,,,, ie ten pounds of what ?? Its clear what the bank and the treasury are doing ,,

Yours sincerely,

michael john

Enquiries, Prudential Regulation Authority

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Dear Michael John

Thank you for your further email.

May I first explain that the FoI Act provides a general right of access to
recorded information held by a public authority.  It does not require a
public authority to answer general questions on a subject as is the case
in this instance.  However, in order to be helpful I have provided an
answer to your question below and links to information on our website
which you may find helpful.

The Bank of England was nationalised in 1946. From 1946 up to the present
day we have been wholly owned by Government through HM Treasury. The
Bank’s capital is held on behalf of HM Treasury by the Treasury Solicitor.

You may find the following guide of some use:

[1]https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/knowledg...

Kind regards

 

Charles

Engagement and Enquiries | Communications

Bank of England|Threadneedle St|London EC2R 8AH|+44 (0)20 3461 4878

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