Jul 192016
 

4th August at 10:00–13:00

Tottenham Magistrates’ Court, Lordship Lane, N17 6RT

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/798880996880694/

Reverend Paul Nicholson writes:

“I am refusing to pay the council tax as an act of civil disobedience against laws passed by national and local government which are damaging the health and well being of residents who claim benefits in Haringey, and throughout the UK.

I have been summoned to a liability order hearing at Tottenham Magistrates Court. I am saying that Haringey council uses a careless interpretation of strict regulations, which does not give due regard to the dire circumstances or health of vulnerable residents, when setting the level of council tax enforcement costs, and which they are awarded “blind” by magistrates 1000s at a time and over 20,000 times a year. “

Read more at the Taxpayers Against Poverty website

Taxpayers against Poverty are on facebook https://www.facebook.com/Taxpayers-Against-Poverty-299911526728884/ and Twitter: @taxpayers_a_p

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  2 Responses to “Support Rev Paul Nicholson’s Council Tax Hearing 4 August, Tottenham Magistrates Court, London”

  1. I hope he have some form of legal representation which does not mean qualified but experienced. If not I would be delighted to help him as a Mackenzie friend.

    This case should set precedence for cases throughout the country please him know my feelings.

    Time to use the law to beat the loopholes caused by Government.

    Cheers

    Steve
    @Solutionprovida

  2. Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere.

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