Bloodmoney. Legal challenge to Bank of England

Bloodmoney. Legal challenge to Bank of England

To take the Bank of England to court for breach of human rights under articles 9 & 14 of the ECHR Act.

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On 17th Nov 2017 we successfully raised £20 with 1 supporter in 56 days

To pay for a legal case against the Bank of England for forcing citizens to use bank notes containing animal parts. This is in direct contravention of the ECHR articles 9 & 14, protecting the rights of people on the basis of religious or other beliefs and from discrimination. The Bank are aware of the discrimination inherent in using these notes yet decided to press on and use them in spite of that. I have exhausted the political means via a hugely popular petition, meetings with the Bank of England, protesting and lobbying. I managed to get them to instigate a public consultation on the production of bank notes. 88% of respondents to that consultation wanted no notes made containing animal parts. Still they opted to carry on and ignore their own consultation results.

They leave me no other option than to make good my promise to challenge them through the courts.


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