Category Archives: Judge G. I. Marsh

Tuesday 18th September 2018 – My 5 x CSA (Child Support Agency) Appeals – *You May Now Decide These Appeals On The Papers*

On 7/8/18, District Tribunal Judge Ennals directed that both DTJ Ennals and DTJ Verman are excluded from these CSA Appeals. Clearly, there are several other Judges that ought to be excluded too. Continue reading

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A Judicial Roll Call – Encompassing 5 Years of (mostly) Judicial Failure, re: My ChB 1st Appeal

How on Earth can Judge Blackett say my claim doesn’t raise an important point of principle or practice, when for several years HMRC/Child Benefit Office (& the CSA) have consistently FAILED  to contact the family of my daughter’s then-boyfriend to establish the material living arrangements for the material period, by insisting they are prevented by law from contacting such a “third party”!!! Continue reading

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His Honour Judge Jeff Blackett Refuses Me Permission To Apply For Judicial Review (re: ChB 1st Appeal)

How, pray tell,  can a Child Benefit  Appeal progress from First Tier Tribunal to Upper Tribunal, then back to First Tier Tribunal, then up again to Upper Tribunal, and then up to the Royal Courts of Justice, and throughout all of this time HMRC, the CSA, and various Judges at HMCTS all refuse to contact my daughter’s then-boyfriend’s family to confirm the material living arrangements for the material period, or to issue the reasonable Directions I’d requested? Continue reading

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Tuesday 14th November 2017 – I Post My Application For Judicial Review of Child Benefit (2nd Claim/Appeal) to Royal Courts of Justice

Tribunal Judge Beale refused my request to obtain my daughter’s mobile phone tracking data, which would have proved that my daughter went nowhere near her father’s house for several weeks. It isn’t mentioned in the Decision Notice of 18/10/16, but it is mentioned in the Record of Proceedings for that date, though not everything is legible. Continue reading

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Tuesday 31st October 2017 – I Send My Request For A Judicial Review To Royal Courts Of Justice (re: Child Benefit 1st Claim)

I’ve been waiting for Bar Pro Bono to find someone to assist me, since Khalid Mahmood MP referred me to them a year and a half ago.  Continue reading

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Wednesday 20th September 2017 – Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley REFUSES Me Permission To Appeal (re: 1st Child Benefit Appeal)

This Appeal was first heard by Judge G. I. Marsh on 1/5/15. I lost. Then Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley eventually Set Aside that Decision.  It was remitted back to FTT to be reheard.  It was heard subsequently by Judge Mrs J. Verman on 24th April 2017. I lost again. So I then appealed again to the Upper Tribunal. Continue reading

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I Request A “Set Aside” of Decision Of Child Benefit (1st Appeal) Heard on 24th April 2017, & Also Permission To Appeal To the Upper Tribunal (again!)

HMRC has never justified its utter incompetence, its failure to directly contact [my daughter’s then-boyfriend’s mother], at any point over the last few years. Continue reading

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