43 pages of doubtful drivel, gathered up and vomited onto paper by a sickly judge (Nicholas Wikeley) who continues to toil away in defence of his beloved, crooked to the core UK Establishment judicial system in an eerie, dust-laden corner of the shadowy UK underworld known as “the Upper Information Tribunal”

Please take time to download and read the above Upper Information Tribunal decision document, dated 10th December 2020. The observant amongst you will note that it took the creaking judicial system quite a while to finally produce, following a First Tier Tribunal hearing 13 months earlier. Thank you.

The decision above features an old fighting friend of ours and early contributor to this blog, Alan Dransfield, who has been a determined, driven and defiant battler against widespread, embedded, growing by the day, cancerous, metastising throughout the sickly body, judicial corruption for many, many years.

The judge repeatedly lets himself and his profession down across the entire 43 pages of this dubious decision. Wikeley is seen to employ a self-congratulatory tone of levity, one which is entirely inappropriate, and which patronises and insults not just Mr Dransfield, but the public at large, i.e. the very people who are forced through their taxes to meet this judge’s bloated salary demands each and every month. The deep failure of the decision document laid before us serves to highlight Wikeley’s haughty disdain for those he appears to regard as inferior to himself. And the overall thrust of the judgment, made in gross error, also raises questions on the man’s judicial competence when seen against a backdrop of years of scandalous largesse, all carried out in defence of the steadfast suppression of information and the carefree squandering of huge and steadily increasing amounts of precious public money.

As you may have gathered readers, Wirral In It Together do not endorse Judge Wikeley’s textually poor, patronising, inferior, inept judgment.

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2 Responses to 43 pages of doubtful drivel, gathered up and vomited onto paper by a sickly judge (Nicholas Wikeley) who continues to toil away in defence of his beloved, crooked to the core UK Establishment judicial system in an eerie, dust-laden corner of the shadowy UK underworld known as “the Upper Information Tribunal”

  1. alan m Dransfield says:

    Thanks Paul for those few kind words and its nice to be with like minded people. Wikeley is not fit for purpose.

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  2. ALAN MELVILLE DRANSFIELD says:

    It’s interesting to note the UT have not published their DN yet??

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