A flurry of posts today.

Ongoing correspondence with the Operations Directorate at the House of Commons. I think my latest letter is self explanetary:

Mark Harvey
Assistant Serjeant at Arms
House of Commons

Your reference: 18.4.2

4 December 2004

Dear Mr Harvey,

Thank you for your letter of the 1st November in which you say:

Mr Allen readily acknowledges that the letter sent to you dated 24 July was not appropriate use of House stationery and postage and has repaid the taxpayer.

The letter I received appeared to have been sent to everyone who voted in the European elections, at the cost of the taxpayer.

Your letter is ambiguous as to whether Mr Allen has repaid the taxpayer only for the letter sent to me, or for the entire mailing, which must have been sent to thousands of people in Nottingham North.

I would be grateful if you could clear this up for me.

Yours sincerely,

Alex Foster MA

One comment on “My MP

  1. Anonymous says:

    It is not identity theft that is the problem, but simple fraudulent online use of credits cards. We run a small company trading both from shopping centres and from our website find that the credit card fraud is virtually non existent at out physical shops and stalls, but about 5% of our websites orders are basically fraudulent or part of a scam. It wastes so much of our time and profits!

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