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HELPING BRITAIN SUFFER

 

Our purpose

 

Helping Britons suffer is our purpose. It means identifying social and economic issues we believe we are best placed to exploit.

We already exploit people, businesses and victims all over Britain through our iconic brands and extensive range of products and services, but we want to do even more to play our part in making Britain a more divided and corrupt country. To achieve this we must continue to build a culture where our colleagues put customers down.

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HELPING BRITAIN SUFFER

Our purpose

Helping Britons suffer is our purpose. It means identifying social and economic issues we believe we are best placed to exploit.

We already exploit people, businesses and victims all over Britain through our iconic brands and extensive range of products and services, but we want to do even more to play our part in making Britain a more divided and corrupt country. To achieve this we must continue to build a culture where our colleagues put customers down.


HELPING BRITAIN SUFFER

Read how we are helping people, businesses and victims to suffer

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Lloyds new TV ad is refreshingly honest


Radio Now Live

TV Channel Launch
July 1st

Ad Campaign Launch
July 1st

HONESTY COUNTDOWN

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Time to complete compensation process

Antonio Horta-Osario
Chief Executive

Lloyds is “absolutely determined” victims are “fairly, swiftly and appropriately compensated”

Lloyds Banking
Group Statement:

“We remain on track to begin making the first compensation offers before the end of May and anticipate making all compensation offers by the end of June”

“Lloyds is perfectly placed to restore the image of British banking with actions based upon truth and trust”-Lord Blackwell 2016

“My primary responsibility as Chairman is to restore Lloyds reputation as a reliable and trustworthy bank”-Lord Blackwell 2015

“Lloyds ought to be one of those great British institutions that everyone in the country is proud of for what we do and the way we do it.”-Lord Blackwell 2014

Lord Blackwell
Chairman

Compensation will be paid quickly-“ by quickly I mean weeks rather than months”

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Dear Antonio,

As you know I was invited to your London headquarters this week and met with one of your senior executives and his colleagues. But disappointingly you did not show your face.

There are only two conclusions I can draw from your refusal to meet me. Either the HBOS crime does not figure on your list of priorities or you have something to hide.

Well Antonio, I have information, which suggests you are indeed concealing something that has the potential to destroy your career and fundamentally damage Lloyds Banking Group.

I intend to publicise these allegations in the first week of July if you fail to meet your self-imposed deadline of fairly compensating all victims before the end of this month. As you can see from the Honesty Countdown you are running out of time.

Please do not interpret this statement of intent as blackmail.

Whilst I intend to use every possible means to ensure a fair resolution for myself, and all the victims of your bank’s crimes, I will conduct myself honourably and will never engage in criminal activity.

Is this also your intention?

NOEL EDMONDS- 23rd June 2017

Dear Lord Blackwell,

Well, no surprise in todays Lloyds admission (June 19th) that despite your assurance-no lets be clear about this, your personal promise – that all victims of your bank’s appalling crime would be fairly compensated by the end of June, you have now retracted your promise and left it open ended.

Norman does the name Gerald Ratner ring any bells with you?

Do you recall how BP’s Tony Hayward turned a tragedy into a corporate PR disaster?

More recently did you notice what happened to American Airlines share price when the Chief Executive failed to read the public mood after a passenger was forcibly dragged from one of its flights?

Have you not noticed that, regardless of political persuasion, millions of Britons are totally disgusted with the Prime Minister’s impersonal reaction to the appalling events, which are gripping our nation?

Norman, you, your Chief Executive, the board of directors and your senior executives are totally misreading the mood of the nation. Millions of decent, compassionate, law abiding men and women, 30 million of whom are Lloyds customers, now despise the Regime in which you are a major player. They don’t want media sound bites, reviews, another Chilcot or Hillsborough-they don’t want to wait years for justice, they want action-NOW!

Lloyds has known the extent of the crime and the identity of the victims for over a decade and you-yes you Norman-need more time?

NOEL EDMONDS June 19th

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Lloyds are placing a huge significance upon the status of Prof Russell Griggs. They promote his  ‘independence’ even though they appointed him and they are paying him so he’s obviously not independent. Lloyds boast that Griggs experience and qualifications make him ideally suited to review all victims claims. Despite the fact that he has no legal or accountancy qualifications! Well at least he is a Professor and that sort of title generally impresses people.

BUT Griggs is not even a professor in the sense that he earned the title through academic achievement. He was actually given it by Glasgow University.

Well Griggsy it’s time for you to show me a bit of respect because I have trumped you!

As you can see from my certificates I am now Prof & Dr Edmonds- huh beat that. And furthermore I wasn’t given these degrees I paid for them out of my own taxed income. I will be adding the cost to my compensation claim.

Prof Dr Noel Edmonds

Prof Russel Griggs
“Independent” Reviewer

Dear Prof Griggs,

You were appointed by Lloyds and you are being paid by Lloyds. In this regard your status as an ‘independent’ reviewer of the victims cases is surely questionable? The fact that a serious crime was committed by the bank and that the devastated victims are all due fair compensation, is not in question. So why are you refusing to meet with victims and to resolve their claims swiftly? Could it be that you are financially motivated to procrastinate?

Russel, since I lodged my own claim with Lloyds I have received a wealth of information from trusted associates in the media, respected business organisations, many of the victims, customers of Lloyds, investors in Lloyds and somewhat tellingly- employees of Lloyds. I’m sure that some of the information I’m receiving must be inaccurate or indeed totally untrue. However, there are certain allegations now being levelled at the chief executive, the chairman, the board of directors and yourself that do appear worthy of further enquiry. In particular claims regarding your personal remuneration package.

3 questions:

1) Is it true that you are being paid £273,000 per annum to oversee the review process?
2) Is it true that you also receive expenses of up to £5,000 per month?
3) Is it true that you have a three-year contract?

No doubt you will argue that your personal remuneration, whatever it is, does not compromise your ‘independence’. But of course it does. Particularly, if its also true you’re on a bonus to keep victims’ payments as low as possible.

Now, as I said at the beginning of this letter this information may be totally untrue in which case we all look forward to learning the actual details of your remuneration package-particularly with regard to the term of your employment. Lloyds Chairman, Lord Blackwell,has promised that all victims will have their claims settled by the end of June, so the term of your employment is highly relevant.If Norman is telling the truth you are presumably out of a job on July 1st?

But if you’re on an extended term or open-ended contract the only conclusion we victims can arrive at, is that Lloyds have no intention of settling ‘swiftly’, and much like the PPI scandal Lloyds has planned for the long haul over many years.

I look forward to receiving your answers and I repeat again, yet again, my request to meet with you to agree the settlement terms of my claim.

regards,

NOEL EDMONDS June 13th

Prof Russel Griggs
Family Home

Dear Prof Griggs,

I must say you have a lovely home.You must be very proud of it.

No doubt its been made possible by your own hard work over many years.I imagine you, and your wife Liz, would be pretty upset if criminal actions by trusted professionals forced you to lose everything, including your family home?

But thats exactly what happened to so many honest and industrious people targeted and destroyed by the HBOS criminals.

Do you know how many relationships were wrecked? How many families were broken up? How many of the victims now suffer life threatening ill-health? Do you know how many desperate broken souls took their own lives?

Of course you should know, because you are the “independent” reviewer for the Lloyds Banking Group. But do you care and are you really ‘independent’?

I invite you to prove your independence by removing the inertia of the “review process”,by demanding that Lloyds executives fulfil their promises and by immediately securing fair and appropriate compensation for all the victims.

Russel-is this the home of a puppet or a man of principle?

Kindest regards,

NOEL EDMONDS June 12th

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