URGENT : Drive awareness on BBC UK Working Lunch

  • mike-r
  • 16/10/08 31/05/09
  • a depositor
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Posted: Mon, 20/10/2008 - 21:46

Friends, fellow savers & optimists,

A powerful and well watched finance program in the UK is the BBC working lunch program. You can email topics or key stories to this email below with phone no. for contact.

This could be a good way to keep the pressure up and raise awareness of petition & plight.

working [dot] lunch(?)bbc [dot] co [dot] uk

I just emailed this to the program (email address above) - a few more similar would help get their attention to make it a news item......

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Dear Working Lunch


Kauphing - Isle of Man - Petition to No.10 Downing Street

I would like to bring to your attention that amongst the failure of the Icelandic Banks ,a large number of depositors have been impacted by the UK Government pre-emptive strike to seize assets and been left truly out in the cold. Specifically with KSF Isle of Man - with their life savings locked in a legal iceberg.....and its not defrosting.

The failure of KSFIOM has had the affect of wiping out the life savings of thousands of depositors (UK and British expatriates) savings, which were for their retirement, houses or general living resources.

Any focus or awareness you could raise on this would be of benefit to thousands of savers & UK tax payers, as the situation was caused by HM Government.



This is the action groups web site for your perusal - please come and read the true stories of real UK savers & tax payers :


Latest Action : Monday 20th October 2008 -12:00 Petition delivery to Downing Street and to Isle of Man.

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  • mikeinfrance
  • 12/10/08 28/09/09
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  • Mon, 20/10/2008 - 23:29

I e-mailed them the summary of the meeting of the group with the Icelandic Ambassador highlighting the question of who advised Alistair Darling that Iceland would not honour its obligations.