MALADMINISTRATION - Legal Advice for 1950s Women

by Scales of Justice for #50s Women in Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

MALADMINISTRATION - Legal Advice for 1950s Women
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by Scales of Justice for #50s Women in Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

Maladministration Progress Update 12.6.2021

Maladmin would like to thank all those who’ve supported us and update you on recent events. We continue to comprehensively, diligently and legally progress the 1950’s Women’s Communication of State Pension DWP Complaints of Maladministration through the PHSO process, which is confidential. To this end, in light of recent media reports and spurious speculation, we would like to ask that any women with a Maladministration complaint at PHSO stage (incl of the 6 test cases) refrain from commenting on public forums with regard to any media content published. Many years of gruelling voluntary work since 2015, has been provided by only a few dedicated women to get to this stage.


This has been over and above the crowdfunds that 50’s women have contributed to, rallies held etc (with many female contributors already on the breadline or worse) to allow the Maladministration complaints to ‘fully’ succeed. This can only be effected through the legal channels offered by the PHSO and the advice given in the last December update holds true. After the unfortunate failure of the Judicial Review, other campaign groups are following a different route to CEDAW via the APPG and this must not be confused with the ongoing current Maladministration Case which is being handled at this stage by our legal representative and the PHSO.


PHSO Principles for Remedy: - The public body should:

• ideally, return complainants and, where appropriate, others who have suffered injustice or hardship as a result of the same maladministration or poor service, to the position they were in before the maladministration or poor service took place

• if that is not possible, compensate them appropriately. The public body should also ensure they keep any commitments to provide remedies, including ensuring they do not repeat any failures.


Finally, we ask that the process of Maladministration with the PHSO is NOT openly discussed in the media so that the case is not jeopardised in any way. 

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