Our Response to the Inquiry into the Banking Crisis

The Treasury Select Committee has invited us the taxpayers to submit our views on the ‘banking crisis’. See its press notice.

The automated response to our submission said: “Once submitted and accepted as evidence, written evidence becomes the property of the Committee, and it is up to the Committee to decide the manner and timing of its publication or to authorise publication.”

Our cover letter says:
Please find enclosed written evidence to your inquiry into the banking crisis. It follows on from our submission to the Stern Report, two Open Letters to the Chairman asking for a meeting and Austin Mitchell MP handing over our online petition Stop the Cash Crumble to Equalize the Credit Crunch.

Given that our historic precedent is the 1964 motion to restore the power of the issue of money to the Crown, the Her Majesty the Queen received our documentation and passed it to the Prime Minister and, I am told that it has been passed to the Treasury.

This evidence is therefore also a request to be allowed to give oral evidence, especially since bailiffs now get power to use force on debtors.

With ‘globally warm’ regards,

Sabine K McNeill

21a Goldhurst Terrace
London NW6 3HB

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