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Lloyds vs. 45 Names on Dec 6, 2007

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Keyford House

Dorchester Road

Yeovil

Somerset

BA22 9RA

01935 474025

8 November 2007

The Lord Chief Justice

Royal Courts of Justice

Strand

London

WC2A 2LL

RE LLOYD'S FRAUD

Dear Lord Justice Phillips

1. I am appealing to you to prevent Lloyd's bankrupting forty five Names on 6th December, and myself, no doubt in the imminent future, before the full court hearing of the appeal "on the contractual issue i.e. whether I am bound by the R&R scheme because I did not sign the 1986 Agency Agreement, all other issues and whether Judgement has been procured by fraud on the part of Lloyd's and Equitas" as indicated in an internal document, sent to me in error when some of my bundles were returned, which showed Lord Justice Clarke's intention in 2003. (See attached copy)

2. On 5 November 2003 Mr Ken Farrow, former Head of Fraud Squad, City of London Police, said in his letter "Whilst I acknowledge that your allegation of fraud at Lloyd's of London has not been before the civil court, it remains my view that there is where it should be tested. I need hardly point out to you, as I am sure I have on a number of occasions in the past that the standard of proof is lower and the civil court is best placed to award damages to the claimant."

3. On 10 April 2006 Mr Tim Harvey, former Detective Superintendent in the City of London Police said in his letter to me " It is not the role of the Police, nor do they have the resources to reinvestigate cases that have been heard before the Courts, unless expressly asked to do so by the presiding Judge, and since no such direction has been made any recourse you seek must be through the Courts."

4. After much correspondence with the Serious Fraud Office and many hours of telephone conversation as well as a meeting with Mr Peter Kiernan Deputy Director and Mr Tony Wilson on 4 November 2005, he wrote to me on 10 May 2007 to say "I have come to the reluctant conclusion that the SFO would not be warranted to investigate your complaint, having regard to a number of factors, such as the passage of time, the complexity of factual background and the difficulty of presenting the case simply and succinctly to a jury." However it seems that I am to be denied the opportunity to present my case to the Courts.

5. I enclose a copy of Lloyd's Extended Restraint Order, which they wish the Court to enforce. This was sent to me on 18 October after my hearing on 16 October, for permission to bring a Counterclaim was refused. I believe this was to avoid revealing to me and the fifty, or so, friends in Court, the draconian and all encompassing silencing conditions Lloyd's wish to impose on me. That is contrary to District Judge Smith's Order of 14 August 2006, upheld by Chief Registrar Baister on 30 October2006, granting me permission to commence proceedings in paragraph 5 of my witness statement, entitled "New evidence" to substantiate the following:-

i) I have wrongfully been held to be a member of Lloyd's and Equitas since 31 December 1986, under the terms of my Agreement.

ii) Lloyd's and Freshfields have conspired to pervert the course of Justice by obtaining a Judgement by fraud in my case against Sir David Rowland.

iii) My evidence of Lloyd's fraud, which is part of my defence against Lloyd's claim, and which has never been considered on the grounds that it is not open to me to make my own allegations of fraud, as I did not join the Jaffray action.

6. My case is simple; thousands of Names were recruited to help dilute Lloyd's unquantifiable Asbestos long tail losses (Known to Lloyd's Senior Management to be dating back to the 1940's, since the 1973 Borel ruling in the American Courts) for which they were knowingly under reserved and the years wrongfully closed in 1979 (until 1988/89 in order to recruit). If they had been told the truth about this not even the greatest gambler would have joined!

7. The American Courts changed the interpretation of the original policies from "manifestation" to "exposure" which materially affected the claims situation, but Lloyd's deceptively passed on these retrospective losses by means of a Verification Form disclosed to the Court in the Jaffray trial, but concealed from the Names.

This is in breach of the "Objects of the Society" enshrined in the 1871, 1911, and 1951 Lloyd's Acts:- "The advancement and protection of the interests of Members of the Society", and "the collection, publication and diffusion of intelligence and information". The first breach being the concealment of the damming 1969 Cromer Report until 1985. The second, the continuing concealment of the Attorney's Reports which would have revealed to the Names the dramatic increase in Asbestos claims from the time of exposure since the 1973 ruling. The third was the Verification form which Lloyd's created in 1977.

8. I have a document, dated 5 August 1980 regarding the setting up of the Asbestos Working Party (AWP) signed by H.R.Rokeby-Johnson, E.E.Nelson, R.A.G.Jackson, C.H.A.Skey and D.Taylor. It says "it must be emphasised that the potential involved here is so large and the issue so complicated that we cannot allow a "muddle through somehow" approach. Recently with one of the insured, Eagle Picher taking depositions of a number of London underwriting representatives it has become clear that the split in the market is serious and that the legal costs involved are going to be astronomical."

9. In the minutes of the AWP meeting on 8 November 1980 it states"Mr Heath was in general agreement with Mr Jackson and said that it appeared the number of new cases was more than doubling in each successive year since 1976". The Chairman, Mr E.E.Nelson stated "the audit Committee were reluctant to identify individual situations for audit purposes. The Asbestosis situation was well known in the Market and they believe the underwriters were aware of the potential problems." But the Names weren't!

10. I spoke to Mr P.Kiernan on the phone on 26 October, who seemed genuinely concerned that my evidence (most of which he has seen) has not been considered by the Court and on hearing the conclusions of the Legal Information computer print out of 19 September 2003, suggested I should make an application to the Court of Appeal, attaching the computer print out, requesting such a hearing before the full Court of Appeal, which would also be an application requesting permission to plead fraud, but it seems I am to be banned from doing so?

11. My failure to disclose evidence falls outside the Cresswell J Threshold Fraud Issue and is an integral part of my contractual point. Although it would not be possible for the Court to hear " all other issues" if I am not permitted to plead fraud, the main plank of my case, failure to disclose was deleted from the "Threshold Fraud Issue", pleadings covered by Cresswell J's Order on 1 November 1999.

12. Although I have become very knowledgeable about the workings of Lloyd's and the devious machinations of the Chairmen, Committee and Council, I must look at the whole issue as a lay-man. To me, at an early stage, it was decided, probably at a very high political level, that Lloyd's was so important to the reputation of the City of London as a the financial centre of the world, and also because of its valuable foreign earnings, that it could not be found guilty of fraud and totally discredited. I believe that it was decided that the best way was to sweep all claims of fraud into one class action at an early stage, before too much digging and discovery could take place, and then conclude that Lloyd's were "staggeringly incompetent" but not fraudulent. This has been a very neat suppression of any new evidence that might, as it has, come to light.

13. Of course the Government could have resolved the matter easily by declaring that Asbestosis was a notifiable disease, introduced a scale of compensation, like miners lung and let the matter roll on, except that would have cost money whereas letting innocent, but assumed to be wealthy Names carry the burden was preferable, but required this massive Lloyd's cover up, and collusion.

14. It is to the eternal shame of both the British Government and that of the USA that having knowingly encouraged the use of asbestos, throughout the war and after, with all its dangers, they failed to accept responsibility but rather allowed it to pass as just another industrial injury.

15. British Justice cannot allow crimes of this nature to go unpunished because of "the passage of time, the complexity of factual background and the difficulty of presenting the case simply and succinctly to a jury" or because the effect on the reputation of the City of London would be too embarrassing. Fraud is not time barred and I can present the case simply and succinctly to both the Civil and Criminal Courts.

16. Please uphold Justice and restore confidence in the British legal system by permitting my Counterclaim to be issued and heard by the full Court of Appeal as envisaged by the Master of the Rolls on 19 September 2003 otherwise I have no defence against my Statutory Demand hearing, which is listed for 13 November.

17. I am too exhausted and traumatised to attend, as is confirmed in a letter from my doctor These injustices, which will affect all Names, need to be addressed and rectified, particularly the fact that Lloyd's wish to restrain me from presenting my evidence, with regard to the Rowland case, which would prove that Mr Demery of Lloyd's and Mr Nicholas of Freshfields, obtained Judgement by Fraud of which Lloyd's bogus Statutory Demand, in the main refers, to and for which I have already paid £47,000, on 17 September 2003, or be made bankrupt.

18. I think it is important for the world to know what is happening to me in order to suppress my evidence of fraud being exposed.

19. In particular it is important that you read Mr Edward Cowtan's Affidavit, made in support of my case, which has never been considered by the Court. He was the Claims Manager for K.F. Alder's syndicates 122 and 311, whose lead underwriter was Mr E.E.Nelson. He served on the Lloyd's Asbestos Working Party for two years as a substitute for Mr Nelson, who was its first Chairman. He resigned as a Name in 1978 on learning from the American Attorneys, Lord Bissell and Brooke and Mendes and Mount, first hand "of the dramatic increase occurring in the progression of the Asbestos claims, to the point of threatening the viability of the insurance market". He further states " Had Sally Noël been appraised of the evidence of the increasing level of asbestos claims that was presented to me in 1978 by American Attorneys, with whom I was doing business, she would have had good reason to adopt a similar response by deciding not to proceed with her application to become an underwriting Name with effect from 1 January 1979."

(I attach a copy of his Affidavit).

I intend to circulate this letter.

I urgently ask you please, as the Senior Judge in the Country to ensure that Justice is done, and is seen to be done.

Yours sincerely

Sally Noël


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