#TGBMS: Check Mate

Not for the first time, I am the bearer of extraordinarily good news, in relation to my family’s long-running battle with Bank of Scotland and its LPA Receivers, who have enjoyed the protection of a mafia-style judiciary, the complicity of their unscrupulous legal representatives and the refusal of two chief land registrars to remove numerous […]

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The Great British Mortgage Swindle – Trailer

The producers of The Great British Mortgage Swindle are delighted to present a new trailer for the much anticipated shockumentary feature film, which took its international bow at the Cannes Film Market in May this year. Since Cannes, the film has undergone significant changes, predominantly to the soundtrack, for legal reasons beyond the control of […]

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#TGBMS: The Beginning of The End

For the benefit of all void mortgagors, here is a summary of the Section 1(3) Point & the unenforceable Power of Attorney clause in the unenforceable mortgage conditions. The date of mortgage execution is the date of signature, when the deed [the “it” in section 1(3) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989] […]

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OYM Radio: An Interview with Michael of Bernicia

Alan and Steve welcome Michael of Bernicia to the OYM Radio Sunday night show, during which he breaks down the anatomy of institutionalised mortgage fraud and discusses the forthcoming release of The Great British Mortgage Swindle, a hard-hitting shockumentary feature film about the crimes of the banksters and the genocide of eviction. During the interview, […]

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The Toll of Eviction

In the summer of 1987, on the morning before my A level History exam, I oversaw the removal of all my family’s property from our home, in a leafy village in the north of Bernicia. We had been served a notice of eviction by the Official Receiver who was appointed by the High Court my […]

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