Dame Elish Angionlini - Hollie Greig Scandal

J Garratt made this Freedom of Information request to Main Honours Advisory Committee

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

As someone must be scrutinized by the Committee before they are given a "Title" I am making a formal demand under the freedom of Information for the following.

1 - Was the Committee aware of Elish Angiolini's alleged involvement in the covering up and perversion of justice in the case of Hollie Greig when deciding to award Elish Angiolini the "Title" of Dame?

2- Prior to the awarding of the "Title" of Dame to Elish Angiolini did the Committee know Elish Angiolini had been named as someone involved in the protection of a paedophile ring in Scotland and that Ms Angiolini has refused to say if public money had been used to pay for her private gagging of the press in regards to the case?

3- What does the Committee know of and about the Hollie Greig abuse scandal?

4 - Have any members of the Committee passed and present ever been questioned either freely or under caution by the Police with regards to offences against minors?

May I take this opportunity to thank you for your time and look forward to your answers in "FULL SUBSTANCE" within the next 20 working days.

Yours faithfully,

J Garratt

john cameron left an annotation ()

The information is held at the masonic lodge on High Street,in Aberdeen
They and only they will use this to control those accused of molesting Hollie Greig while promoting them to higher office.
jaybird

Main Honours Advisory Committee

CABINET OFFICE REFERENCE:  FOI316112

Dear J Garratt

Thank you for your request for information. Your request was received on
30/01/2012 and is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.

This email is just a short acknowledgement of your request.

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remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.

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J Garratt,

 

Please see attached the response to your e-mail of 28 January 2012.

 

 

Lesley Bainsfair (Ms)

Head of Honours Policy, Honours and Appointments Secretariat |Admiralty
Arch (south), The Mall, London, SW1A 2WH | ( 020 7276 2773
| * [1][email address].uk |
[2]www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk

 

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,Ms Lesley Bainsfair,

Many thanks for your recent reply to my FOI request, unfortunately it is the kind of reply many whom seek the truth about those in supposed positions of tax payer funded authority are getting these days.

Therefore I am making a new formal request under the Freedom of Information ( FOI) for the following...

1 - What is Criteria a person must meet in order to be eligible for an Honor?

2 - Is the person checked to see if they have been accused of any criminal wrong doing?

3 - Is the person checked to make sure they have not misused tax payers money for private actions?

4 - Has the Honors Committee given any Honors to anyone known to a be a Paedophile ?

5 - Has the Honors Committee given any Honors to anyone whom has been questioned either freely or under oath by the Police for crimes against minors ?

6 - Has the Honors Committee given any Honors to anyone whom has been questioned either freely or under Oath by the Police for a sexual crime of ANY kind to?

7 - If a person is guilty of any of the above WILL THEY BE REGARDED AS ELIGIBLE FOR AN HONOR?

To be in HONOR of my FOI please answer ALL questions in "FULL SUBSTANCE" , as in the Legal world " he who dishonors,loses"

May I take this opportunity to thanks you and expect your reply within the next 20 working days.

Without Ill Will , Feeling , Vexation or Frivolity

Yours faithfully,

J Garratt

Main Honours Advisory Committee

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J Garratt,

 

Please find attached the response to your recent FOI request.

 

Lesley Bainsfair

Head of Honours Policy, Honours and Appointments Secretariat |Admiralty
Arch (south), The Mall, London, SW1A 2WH | ( 020 7276 2773
| * [1][email address].uk |
[2]www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk

 

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,Dear Lesley Bainsfair,

Many thanks for your recent reply, and can I assume that now I have provided the Committee with good reasons for Miss Angiolini's title of "Dame " to be withdrawn/removed from herself ( as you state in your last reply "The Committee would not knowingly award an Honor in the Circumstances you have described " ) .... we the British people, and Tax Payers can expect an investigation by the Committee and Miss Angiolini's title to be abolished.

All the information with regards to Miss Angiolini is readily available in the Public Forum, if the Committee is in any confusion all you need to do is Google "HOLLIE GREIG" , " JUSTICE FOR HOLLIE GREIG " "HOLLIE GREIG" , "ROBERT GREEN, HOLLIE GREIG " ,or just "ELISH ANGIOLINI & HOLLIE GREIG", " HOLLIE DEMANDS JUSTICE".

Many thanks for your reply and I look forward to your reply once you have googled the above.

Yours faithfully,

J Garratt

Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,
I have already already replied to this message/contact yesterday, there seems to be an overlap with the message, I await your reply.

Yours faithfully,

J Garratt

Main Honours Advisory Committee

I'm back in the office tomorrow morning.  If your e-mail is urgent, please
contact Gary Rogers on 020 7276 2081.

 

Lesley Bainsfair

Honours and Appointments Secretariat, Cabinet Office

020 7276 2773

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Main Honours Advisory Committee

Dear J Garratt,
 
Thank you for your e-mail of 26 March regarding Dame Elish Angiolini.
 
I have noted the points you make and shall ensure that they are properly
considered, but hope you understand that it would not be appropriate for
me to comment on individual cases. 
 
You may like to be aware that the Forfeiture Committee normally considers
cases put to it when a holder of an honour has brought the honours system
into disrepute, and/or once an individual has been convicted of a civil or
criminal offence or been found guilty of professional misconduct by an
appropriate regulatory body.  The Committee considers each case on its
merits.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
Lesley Bainsfair
Head of Honours Policy, Honours and Appointments Secretariat |Admiralty
Arch (south), The Mall, London, SW1A 2WH | ( 020 7276 2773
| * [1][email address].uk |
[2]www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk
 

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