It was the Department for Transport that relied on 'assurances' given by Sunderland City Council in their application for DPE.
There were no checks.
We are reliably informed that there are concerns which extend upwards to the highest Ministerial level of the implications of the Sunderland situation.
NCP Ltd are currently conducting their own investigation into the BBC documentary and the issues raised.
The Police are taking the issue very seriously.
In the documentary reference was made to NCP officials keeping a dossier on me, including photographs. My Data Protection Act information release request has gone into Sunderland City Council with regard to that dossier.
Meanwhile my car continues to be issued with PCNs.
As for NPAS, Kerry Colbourne the Appeals Co-ordinator has confirmed that the further evidence submitted by Sunderland City Council has been forwarded to the adjudicator.
I was told at the hearing ... 'no further evidence.'
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
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