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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

The following was sent both to Dorset Police and to HMRC. Its understood you are not the correct authority however, given previous failures to identify correct authority, perhaps you'd take a look at it and direct me accordingly. This is a Freedom of Information Request.

Sir,

Subject: Entitlements - National insurance Contributions

Some years ago, I experienced difficulties securing unemployment entitlement, discriminatory difficulties. Although born here in the UK, I am not white. I've not secured entitlements since. Those responsible, not satisfied denying entitlements, also refused to allow me to sign for National insurance stamps. I've been menaced in response to complaints and protests. These are extreme right orchestrated activities.

I've contacted several authorities (inc the police and HMRC). Thus far no one seems prepared to assist me. Typically I am misdirected.

Every so often I try again; periodic attempts to secure assistance. The latest was July this year where again I was redirected to an office (HMRC) unable to assist. On challenging this failure, I was redirected to an other office unable to assist me; the state is either unable or unwilling to protect my interests.

Two crimes are being committed here: racism and fraud. It's ongoing for over 20 years.

Are you competent to assist. Do you wish to assist? This is a Freedom of Information request.

This message is being sent to Dorset Police and HMRC.

Yours faithfully,
domenic Italiano

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Dear Domenic Italiano,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 9
September.

Your response is attached.

Yours sincerely,

DWP Operations FOI Team

Dear DWP freedom-of-information-requests,

Thank you for your message.

Not sure I understand your response. My query relates to potential pension entitlements. The information request is covered by the FOI Act so, it may be I simply fail to articulate the query.

It would not be correct to assume my query is one relating to personal information: I seek public available information in order to secure remedy. The remedy I wish to secure is two fold: 1. prosecuting the criminals who deny me state benefits and 2. address the consequence of their actions.

The FOI information request is one of, identifying how this is achieved?; identifying the competent office and; whether or not its a matter I can simply unload on the competent office or, do I have to progress separate complaints, to more than one office perhaps (the police and DWP for example)?

Awaiting your thoughts.

Yours sincerely,

domenic Italiano

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Dear Domenic Italiano,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 5
December.

Your response is attached

Yours sincerely,

DWP Operations FOI Team

Dear [email address] on behalf of Operations FOI Team,

Thank you for your message.

I'm alleging a crime has been committed. DWP don't hold prosecuting powers so, would you reference the public available information dealing with the procedure for handing over information/evidence to the police (or designed prosecuting authority) where demonstrable a crime has been committed.

Regarding entitlements, do the HMRC have any part to play in protecting/controlling the public purse?

Regards,
domenic Italiano

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Dear Domenic Italiano,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 11
January.

Your response is attached

Yours sincerely,

DWP Operations FOI Team

Dear FOI Team - DWP,

Thanks for your message.

Its my understanding your Fraud Inspector's remit is limited to dealing with false entitlement claims. You'd need to confirm they are competent to handle the case I present, as presented in my original query. I've enclosed copy fyi:

Sept 2019
Subject: Entitlements - National insurance Contributions
Some years ago, I experienced difficulties securing unemployment entitlement, discriminatory difficulties. Although born here in the UK, I am not white. I've not secured entitlements since. Those responsible [Job Centre staff], not satisfied denying entitlements, also refused to allow me to sign for National insurance stamps. I've been menaced in response to complaints and protests. These are extreme right orchestrated activities.
I've contacted several authorities (inc the police and HMRC). Thus far no one seems prepared to assist me. Typically I am misdirected.
Every so often I try again; periodic attempts to secure assistance. The latest was July this year where again I was redirected to an office (HMRC) unable to assist. On challenging this failure, I was redirected to an other office unable to assist me; the state is either unable or unwilling to protect my interests.
Two crimes are being committed here: racism and fraud. It's ongoing for over 20 years.
Are you competent to assist. Do you wish to assist? This is a Freedom of Information request.
This message is being sent to Dorset Police and HMRC.

Yours sincerely,
domenic Italiano

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domenic Italiano

Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

Having not secured response to my last communication, I am writing to request an internal review of Department for Work and Pensions's handling of my FOI request 'Entitlements - National insurance Contributions'. I enclose copy of the same:

8 February 2020
Dear FOI Team - DWP,
Thanks for your message.
Its my understanding your Fraud Inspector's remit is limited to dealing with false entitlement claims. You'd need to confirm they [Fraud Inspectors] are competent to handle the case I present, as presented in my original query. I've enclosed copy fyi:
Sept 2019
Subject: Entitlements - National insurance Contributions
Some years ago, I experienced difficulties securing unemployment entitlement, discriminatory difficulties. Although born here in the UK, I am not white. I've not secured entitlements since. Those responsible [Job Centre staff], not satisfied denying entitlements, also refused to allow me to sign for National insurance stamps. I've been menaced in response to complaints and protests. These are extreme right orchestrated activities.
I've contacted several authorities (inc the police and HMRC). Thus far no one seems prepared to assist me. Typically I am misdirected.
Every so often I try again; periodic attempts to secure assistance. The latest was July this year where again I was redirected to an office (HMRC) unable to assist. On challenging this failure, I was redirected to an other office unable to assist me; the state is either unable or unwilling to protect my interests.
Two crimes are being committed here: racism and fraud. It's ongoing for over 20 years.
Are you competent to assist. Do you wish to assist? This is a Freedom of Information request.
This message is being sent to Dorset Police and HMRC.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...

Yours faithfully,
domenic Italiano

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Dear Domenic Italiano,

Please see the Internal Review response originally sent to you on 9
January 2020.

 

 

 

From: [email address] on behalf of Operations FOI Team
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Sent: 09 January 2020 13:44
To: [FOI #602343 email]
Subject: Ops FOI Request IR2019/43358

 

Dear Domenic Italiano,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 5
December.

Your response is attached

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domenic Italiano

Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Department for Work and Pensions's handling of my FOI request 'Entitlements - National insurance Contributions'.

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your message of March 27, 2020.

Respectfully, I've already highlighted reservations with the previous response. Why point me to RAR as prerequisite to investigating?

I don't believe you are competent: you offer me nothing confirming otherwise. Theft of tax payer's money, as I detail, is not a DWP matter. If it is, kindly supply me with the DWP policy covering the same otherwise, identify the correct authority? I care not for your advice.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...

Yours faithfully,
domenic Italiano

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domenic Italiano

Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I've not received response so,

I am writing to request an internal review of Department for Work and Pensions's handling of my FOI request 'Entitlements - National insurance Contributions'.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...

Yours faithfully,

domenic Italiano

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Mr Italiano,

We have nothing to add to our previous responses to this request.

FOI 2019 / 33152
IR 2019 / 43358
FOI 2020 / 01021

If you are not content with the outcome, you may apply directly to the Information Commissioner’s Office for a decision. Generally the Commissioner cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted our own complaints procedure. The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow Cheshire SK9 5AF
www.ico.org.uk/Global/contact_us or telephone 0303 123 1113 or 01625 545745

Thank you

DWP Freedom of Information Request Team

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