Mr M Longbardi v Aviation Fuel Services Ltd: 3322804/2016 -on GOV.UK

Mr M Longbardi v Aviation Fuel Services Ltd: 3322804/2016 – GOV.UK

This corrupt CRIMINAL Employment Tribunal in Watford and Judge Stephen Vowles  have posted this false outcome judgment on gov.uk web site . It was a whistleblowing claim and not discimination because Aviation Fuel Services LTD has failed with safety obligations putting millions of passengers in danger. flying from London Heathrow Airport in (see the link below)

http://poisonedjustice.blogspot.it/2017/06/whistleblowing-claim-employment-judge.html

Youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP9qf6cP8Wk

UK Justice System is a total deception wake up people- The claimant answers to the criminal Judge Vowles in Watford /Reading accepted bribery by my ex employer- Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal tribunal in London too
Address: 30-31 Friar St, Reading RG1 1DP Phone: 0118 959 4917

https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/mr-m-longbardi-v-aviation-fuel-services-ltd-3322804-2016

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Assist corporations in a UK Employment Tribunal in Reading CRIMINAL Judge Stephen Vowles

The reality is that the entire judicial system in England is corrupt.

Judges as actors in hollywood movies ,favoring multinationals

Here one of example Top CRIMINAL Judge Stephen Vowles UK Employment Tribunal

The false report from the Employment Tribunal https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/mr-m-longbardi-v-aviation-fuel-services-ltd-3322804-2016

Full Story link Whistleblowing claim An employment judge shamefully strike out the claimant’s claim under rule 37 ,To protect the respondent’s reputation

We have seen other case , where this Dishonest Judge Stephen Vowles acted against a victim ,  favoring a corporation .

Drunk British Airways stewardess tried to cover tracks by reading but was caught because book was upside down

 

Helen Whitmore was sacked by British Airways after trying to get on a flight while reeking of booze, a tribunal hear

 

Her claims of unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal were rejected today.

The tribunal heard Miss Whitmore, 53, fell over on a travelator on her way to security check-in.

She said she had no memory of collapsing, blaming her fall on the menopause and said she had suffered nothing more than “a funny turn”.

However four members of airport staff said they could smell alcohol on her breath, with three of them independently saying they had seen her reading from an upside down book in an apparent attempt to cover her tracks.

Miss Whitmore, of West Boldon, Tyne and Wear, had attempted to board a flight to Heathrow at Newcastle airport on October 9, 2014, at around 12.30pm.

She was due to start a shift at 5.15pm on a flight from Heathrow to Hong Kong.

Read more: Passenger accused of molesting air stewardess while drunk

However she was seen swaying and stumbling while making her way to the security check-in, dressed in her BA uniform, before she fell over.

CCTV footage taken from the airport of the moment Miss Whitmore fell over was played to tribunal judge Stephen Vowles.

Even after being shown the CCTV footage Miss Whitmore insisted: “I don’t remember any of that at all.”

However she disagreed with suggestions that she was “zig-zagging” across the travelator.

“I agree I’m not completely walking in a straight line, but I’m not staggering,” she told the hearing.

Four people claimed they could smell alcohol on her breath, including the duty manager at security check-in and a policeman who later interviewed her.

However Miss Whitmore told an employment tribunal in Reading, Berks., the officer, PC Michael Jackson, could only smell alcohol on her as the interview was conducted in a bar area of the airport.

She was taken off the flight but booked onto a later one, with plans being put in place for her to be breathalysed at Heathrow.

However Miss Whitmore went home instead and a friend reported her as being sick.

Tribunal judge Stephen Vowels ruled that the BA air hostess was definitely drunk and dismissed her claims that she fell over because of the menopause, at the conclusion of the employment tribunal.

Judge Vowels said Ms Whitmore was “quite literally falling over drunk” when she entered the airport.

London Employment Tribunal and Appeal tribunal gang of Criminals corrupt  A-British-Airways-plane-at-Newcastle-Airport

Employment Tribunals in the uk ,are corrupt? You have to become a solicitor to understand how these dishonest are well organized .

Whistleblowing claim investigated by the Civil Aviation Authority: Result that a group of oil companies fueling aircrafts at Heathrow Airport has violated the obligations of health and safety, placing millions of passengers in danger.
An employment Judge(Vowles) from Et Watford shamefully strikes out the claimant’s claim under rule 37, To Protect the respondent’s reputation.

Read the story http://poisonedjustice.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/whistleblowing-claim-employment-judge.html

 

Whhistleblowing claim investigated by the Civil Aviation Authority: Result that a group of oil companies fueling aircrafts at Heathrow Airport has violated the obligations of health and safety, placing millions of passengers in danger.

BEHIND JUSTICE SYSTEM AN ORGANIZATION OF DISHONESTY EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL UK

The  disabled Claimant  sent a formal complaint of judicial conduct (Under Tribunal Rule 2014)to the Employment Tribunals President (Judge Brian Doyle)He  answers:
I am afraid that I must now draw a line under this correspondence.I intend you no discourtesy by so doing.Further correspondence from you on these same matters will be filed without acknowledgment or reply.

Read the full story http://poisonedjustice.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/whistleblowing-claim-employment-judge.html

Read the full story- http://poisonedjustice.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/whistleblowing-claim-employment-judge.html

President Brian Doyle                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        London Central Employment Tribunals                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Victory House 30-
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Date: 07/06/2017

Mr M Longobardi v Aviation Fuel Services Ltd  Case Number :3322804/2016                         Re: Complaint – Judicial misconduct

Dear President Doyle

Further to your e-mail sent to me today.  Having read your response to my complaint (and also the response from Regional Judge Byrne, who was not officially delegated to look into my complaint).

I followed yours and Regional Judge Byrne’s instruction to look at the website for Judicial Conduct and you will see yourself what the website says regarding such a complaint.  “Complaints about Tribunal Judges must be made to the relevant Chamber President”.

https://judicialconduct.judiciary.gov.uk/making-a-complaint/who-can-i-complain-about/

You should know that the Ombudsman’s role is to conduct an investigation into the process by which the Tribunal Service handled the investigation into my complaint.  Whether it was conducted fairly and appropriately in accordance with set procedures.

I have sent my complaint to you President Doyle, by email on 12 May 2017 and by letters dated 26 May 2017.

Please confirm to me, that you are rejecting the consideration of my complaint against members of Watford Employment Tribunal for judicial misconduct. Bearing in mind that Judge Vowles’ attitude towards me was racist, violating the human rights of a disabled person – the evidence of which is in my e-mail to you dated 12 May 2017.

I think you have possibly misunderstood the nature of my complaint, or you have chosen not to understand.  I therefore am explaining again to you what my complaint is about.

My ex-employer is a huge group of oil companies and globally believes it has the power to control everything.  I have brought several claims to the Employment Tribunal, including a Whistleblowing claim, where my ex employer has failed to to comply with Aviation Health and Safety obligations putting  in danger millions of passengers’ lives flying from Heathrow Airport, (confirmed by Civil Aviation Authority).  Employment Judge Vowles refused to discuss my Whistleblowing claim at the Preliminary Hearing on 29/09/16, therefore protecting my ex-employer and on 22/11/16, I received a letter from the ET stating that this particular claim was not included.  I had to insist on a further Preliminary Hearing to give my evidence.  I followed the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (ERRA) and I was finally given a date for another Preliminary Hearing on 14/03/17. The Employment Tribunal originally advised both parties on 09/02/17 that the Preliminary Hearing would take place in private (which would protect the Respondent’s reputation).  I had to remind the ET that hearings of this context in the UK are to be public.  At this point, the Employment Judge assisted the Respondent by ordering that they apply to strike out my Whistleblowing claim, in a letter to both parties, dated 22.02.17.

Judge Vowles  wrote  “ the Tribunal will also consider the Respondent’s application to strike out the claims on the grounds of unreasonable and vexatious conduct”.  I have always shown due respect towards the Tribunal and the Respondent.  In the words of Judge Vowles that my conduct was vexatious, this is rude and racist towards me, it is another humiliation against a disabled person, to strike me out at the Preliminary Hearing on 14/03/17.  The Judge also ordered the ET office to send me an ‘urgent’ e-mail with this e-mail address harvinder.panesar@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk  on 13/03/17 (also sent to the Respondent, the previous day to remind the Respondent, that he should strike out my claim). This amounts to conflict of interest, on behalf of my ex-employer.  Thus pushing the Respondent to fabricate an application to strike out my Whistleblowing claim – this was unfortunately not possible to do, as it has already been investigated by the Civil Aviation Authority.

Employment Judge Hill from the ET, Watford refused this application on 08/03/17, the content of which was contained false statement that did not confirm with the criteria of claim.  A letter followed dated 09/03/17 from ET Judge Vowles stating that ET Judge Hill’s letter sent to both parties, had been misquoted and the application to strike out had not been refused.

The Respondent has falsified claims in his application by stating that I have not complied with orders, I have clearly showed that I did comply with orders.  The Respondent has also included in his application threatening letters, as presented at the Preliminary Hearing on 14/03/17, without providing a statement of truth following Civil Procedure rules. This has shamefully resulted in EJ Vowles accusing me directly of sending such letters to the Respondent, without evidence and this influenced his decision.  At the Preliminary Hearing I pointed out many times that I made an application to strike out the Respondent for abuse of proceedings and vexatious conduct, especially producing false statement.  I also asked Judge Vowles to record the facts, at the Preliminary Hearing on 14/03/17 but he refused.  I advised the ET and the Respondent in my letter dated 28/10/16 that the Respondent had been making false statements and advised the other party to use a moderate tone and behaviour.

In addition, the Respondent has failed to comply with order and unless order date 5/12/16 and 11/01/17.  The Respondent has defaulted but the Employment Tribunal has continued to ignore this violation, (how could it be possible that no-one in the ET team dealing with this case did not pick up on this?) assisting the Respondent and in the assumption that the Claimant is ignorant and taking advantage of his disability.  I had no alternative but to apply for a statement of truth (Civil Procedure Rule 22.1) and ask the ET formally if the Respondent complied with order and unless order.

The Employment Tribunal has failed to give me a reply to this and I am still awaiting a response to my letter dated 12/04/17.  Employment Judge Vowles has chosen to strike me out in whole for reasons of conflict of interest and falsifying the facts.  I believe the reasons are based on the influence of my ex-employer (oil companies).

This is a disgraceful scenario and should not happen within the Justice system of this country.  You have access to all correspondence via the HMCTS database server recorderlongobardimatteo@gmail.com and can verify that I am telling the Truth

Yours faithfully

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BEHIND JUSTICE SYSTEM AN ORGANIZATION OF DISHONESTY EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL UK

Whhistleblowing claim investigated by the Civil Aviation Authority: Result that a group of oil companies fueling aircrafts at Heathrow Airport has violated the obligations of health and safety, placing millions of passengers in danger.
An employment Judge shamefully strikes out the claimant’s claim under rule 37, To Protect the respondent’s reputation.

The  disabled Claimant  sent a formal complaint of judicial conduct (Under Tribunal Rule 2014)to the Employment Tribunals President (Judge Brian Doyle)He  answers:
I am afraid that I must now draw a line under this correspondence.I intend you no discourtesy by so doing.Further correspondence from you on these same matters will be filed without acknowledgment or reply.  An employment Judge shamefully strikes out the claimant’s claim under rule 37, To Protect the respondent’s reputation

June 2017

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