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To:Info Reform UK (info@reformparty.uk)

Fri, 26 Apr at 19:55

 

Dear Info at Reform UK

 

It would appear that in the Reform UK Party the left hand does not know what the right hand does as I received the attached communication this morning FrReformUKMembers(APPEAL AGAINST CANCELLATION OF MY MEMBERSHIP OF THE REFORM UK PARTY)26Apr2024 which prompted me to submit a legitimate policy issue to the Policy Unit of the Party as attached: ToPolicyUnitReformUKParty(PROGRESS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS&MembershipConfirmedthismorningbytheParty)26Apr2024.docx

 

A similar issue arose with the procedures of the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party as attached: ToStandardsOfficerLibDems(NewProcessUnacceptable E35YM660)26Apr2024.docx; ToLabourParty(DearLabourPartyPaymentofMembershipFee)26Apr2024.docx, which the Electoral Commission may please take note of.

 

Please could you clarify these anomalies for me ahead of the next Hearing of Claim E35YM660?

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

 

On Friday, 26 April 2024 at 16:43:39 BST, Info Reform UK <info@reformparty.uk> wrote:

 

Dear Dr Panigrahi,

 

Thank you for your emails. As previously advised, we have cancelled your membership with immediate effect, refunded your two payments of £25 as requested, which usually take between five and ten working days to show on your account, and removed you from our mailing lists.

 

Kind regards,

 

National Support Team

Reform UK

 

On Fri, 26 Apr 2024 at 12:19, Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

Dear Sirs

 

With reference to the linked communication from you yestereday evening https://www.thelibertariandemocrats.com/forum/reform-party-uk/no-news-is-good-news  please confirm that the £50 has been refunded into my Barclaycard Account, as I have applications pending to rejoin the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party immediately

 

Thank you

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

 Tel: 07967789619

 

This email and any attachments to it may be confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual to whom it is addressed. Any views or opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Reform UK. If you are not the intended recipient of this email, you must neither take any action based upon its contents nor copy or show it to anyone.

 

Please contact the sender if you believe you have received this email in error.

 

Reform UK

83 Victoria Street, London, UK, SW1H 0HW

Company number 11694875  |  Registered in England and Wales

 

Promoted by Paul Oakden

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(b) ToPolicyUnitReformUKParty(PROGRESS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS&MembershipConfirmedthisMorningtheParty)26Apr2024.docx 189.8kB

(c) ToStandardsOfficerLibDems(NewProcess Unacceptable E35YM660)26Apr2024.docx

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(d) ToLabourParty(Dear Labour PartyPayment of Membership Fee)26Apr2024.docx 13.7kB

 

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APPEAL AGAINST CANCELLATION OF MY MEMBERSHIP OF THE REFORM UK PARTY

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Members ReformUK

To:Shantanu Panigrahi

Fri, 26 Apr at 09:55

 

Good morning Shantanu,

 

I hope you are well.

 

If you wish to cancel your membership with Reform UK I can refund your £50. It would take up to 8 working days to appear in your account. PLase let me know what you would like to do.

 

Kind regards,

The Membership Team

 

On Fri, 26 Apr 2024 at 06:47, Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

To

Reform UK Party

 

Dear Paul Oakden

 

Please let me know what the internal Party process is for an Appeal against the cancellation of my attached membership of the Reform UK Party (Certificate of Membership of the Reform UK Party.pdf)

 

Thank you

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

 

This email and any attachments to it may be confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual to whom it is addressed. Any views or opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Reform UK. If you are not the intended recipient of this email, you must neither take any action based upon its contents nor copy or show it to anyone.

Please contact the sender if you believe you have received this email in error.

Reform UK

83 Victoria Street, London, UK, SW1H 0HW

Company number 11694875  |  Registered in England and Wales

Promoted by Paul Oakden

 

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PROGRESS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS

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Shantanu Panigrahi

Fri, 26 Apr at 11:24

 

To

The Policy Unit,

Reform Party

 

Thank you for this very informative communication: FrInfoReform(PROGRESS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS)25Apr2024.docx, in relation  to my Membership that has been validated this morning by membership as attached: Certificate of Membership of Reform UK Party.pdf.

 

The document is very much in accordance with my personal convictions of what would be good for the future of the United Kingdom and in this regard kindly ignore the reservations that I had earlier voiced on the Net Zero Climate Change Policy on which I have had second thoughts in that each generation has to look after its own and future generations would adjust to their realities as the see appropriate. Thus, as the Leadership of the Reform Party have said economic growth, net zero migration, and Social Care for the infirm and elderly plus the strengthening of the National Health Service I do support.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Pangrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

 

Download all attachments as a zip file

 

FrInfoReformUK(PROGRESS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS)25Apr2024.docx 21.4kB

Certificate of Membership of Reform UK Party.pdf    1.9MB

 

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Fwd: PROGRESS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS

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Info Reform UK

Thu, 25 Apr at 07:23

 

Dear Dr Panigrahi,

 

Thank you for your email. We are grateful to you for your support. The Brexit Party was formed to give a voice to the majority of people who were fed up with the way politics was done in this country. Brexit was about making us free, but beyond Brexit we have to be governed better. The whole system of government in the UK is not working. We renamed the party Reform UK, as we want to be known as the party of reform, which reflects what our country needs. Reform. Real change to benefit the people, to give them back their liberties, and to make our nation more successful. Britain needs Reform, and Reform needs you.

 

We believe Britain should be a nation of free and equal citizens, enjoying and respecting the historic liberties we pioneered such as freedom of speech, thought, conscience, religion, and looking after those in need. We champion the British values of tolerance and fairness, and embrace the diversity of Britain’s people - and their opinions. However, we also believe that Britain should not be kowtowing to the beliefs, rites and regulations of the minorities, which is now being allowed to take place, and that our heritage should be maintained and protected.

 

The country is broken and we need to reorganise how it is managed and run. In the lead up to the general election, we have published Our Contract with You, which you can view here. It sets out the reforms that Britain needs in the first one hundred days following the general election, and thereafter. It has been produced with advice from a range of independent economists, think tanks and advisers on savings and costs, which can be found at the end of each policy section, some showing nett costs and others with net savings. This is our working draft, and it will not be finalised until later this year. In the interim, we we would be pleased to receive your thoughts, suggestions and queries, which you can email to contract@reformparty.uk

 

We are facing the gravest economic crisis since the end of the Second World War, with this decade's growth at its lowest, tax at its highest for seventy years, inflation at its highest for over thirty years, energy prices skyrocketing, and the country slipping into recession. Government spending and the number of public sector workers are growing, but the outcomes are worse. We are paying more for less. There are hundreds of millions of pounds of waste. Savings need to be made. The Bank of England needs to stop paying interest to commercial banks on quantitative easing reserves; scrap the wasteful HS2 vanity project in its entirety; reduce foreign aid by 50%, and cut government red tape and unnecessary regulations,

 

Every manager in every department across government must save £5 in every £100, slashing wasteful spending, cutting bureaucracy and negotiating better value procurement, but without touching frontline services. There are over six hundred government departments, arm’s length bodies or quangos. There should be a full review of all of these, with the majority being abolished or realigned. There needs to be greater accountability for quality performance, and the inclusion of successful people from the private sector to assist in achieving better value.

 

We want to scrap nett zero and related subsidies; scrap renewable energy subsidies that have dramatically increased our energy bills; reduce fuel duty by 20p per litre; scrap the 2035 combustion engine ban, the Ultra Low Emission Zones, the fifteen minute neighbourhoods and the 20mph speed limits, all of which are neither sensible nor achievable. We want the British people to have a say on the country’s energy future and security. We want the country to be self-sufficient in energy. We want to save households money, save emissions, and save/create tens of thousands of British well paid skilled jobs, but we must be smart about which technologies to use, and maintain a range of types of energy supply, including wind, solar, tidal, geothermal, small modular reactors, hydrogen and ammonia, so that we are not overexposed to any one particular supply. However, this will take time. We should be using our own coal, our own lithium, our own North Sea oil and natural gas, our own shale gas, which can be safely and cheaply extracted without fracking, whilst the alternatives are being developed and instituted.

 

We must have lower and simpler taxes, smartly regulated, generating a high growth economy. That will mean higher wage growth and more tax revenues over time, to invest in healthcare and other public services. We need to make work pay for individuals. We will raise the 20% basic rate income tax threshold to £20,000, which frees up 7 million people from paying income tax, and saves every worker almost £1,500. We will also raise the 40% higher rate to start at £70,000; cut residential stamp duty; scrap environmental levies and VAT on energy bills; abolish inheritance tax for all estates under £2 million. We will help businesses, reducing corporation tax back to 20% from 25%, and to 15% in five years time; raise the VAT threshold to £120,000, and support sole traders by abolishing the IR35 rules. We are the party of the workers and the strivers; we are not the party of the shirkers and the skivers.

 

There are 5.3 million people in Britain on out of work benefits. We need to motivate, train and enthuse two million people on benefits back into work, and provide better support for those who are genuinely unable to work. There will be face-to-face, not remote, assessments, and all job seekers and those fit to work must find employment within four months, or accept a job after two offers, otherwise all benefits are withdrawn.

 

The NHS is being let down by incompetent management, bureaucracy, waste, cover-ups and scandals, with a crisis in leadership. It requires fundamental major reform, which will take time, and is about structure and motivation. We must reduce waiting lists to zero in two years time, whilst maintaining healthcare free at the point of delivery. We need to retain existing frontline NHS and social care staff, and attract back many that have left recently. They will pay zero basic rate tax for three years, and student debt will be written off pro rata over ten years. We want the best staff to be with the patients, not sitting in offices. We will cut waiting lists by using independent healthcare providers, and give 20% tax relief for private healthcare and insurance, to those who can afford it.

 

Law and order is collapsing. The government is soft on crime, and police leadership is failing badly. We need to get bobbies back on-the-beat. Our police need to focus on preventing crime and catching criminals. Our justice system is slow, bureaucratic, inefficient, failing the public, and often puts the offender’s rights above those of the victim. Over 75,000 defendants are awaiting trial at the Crown Court. We will build a common sense justice system that keeps the public safe. We will reform the Child Maintenance Service, stop the child grooming gangs, and tackle youth crime.

 

Our schools must educate our children properly to prepare them for a competitive, challenging world. Whilst on the subject of education, in its most basic terms, a woman is a female of eighteen years of age or older, and female is the sex that conceives and gives birth to young. This is what should be taught in our schools, and stop critical race theory, gender questioning and social transitioning. If you are concerned about the impact that gender ideology is having on our society, you may like to support the Declaration for Gender Reality. You can find more information here. We will increase technical courses and apprenticeships, give 20% tax relief and not charge VAT on school fees, scrap interest on student loans, and cut funding to universities that undermine free speech..

 

Our military capability must be rapidly rebuilt and maintained. The Army is the smallest it has been in three hundred years. We will increase defence spending to 2.5% of National GDP within three years, and to 3% within six years. There will be an urgent pay review, to increase recruitment and retention. We will introduce a new armed forces justice bill to protect our service personnel from civil law and human rights lawyers; establish a new dedicated ministerial department for veterans; introduce incentives and tax breaks to boost the UK defence industry, and reform defence procurement.

 

The UK population has grown by over 1.3 million in the last two years, but only 425,000 homes have been built. A review is required of the planning system and tax incentives; reform social housing laws to prioritise local people and those that have paid into the system, with foreign nationals going to the back of the queue, not the front.

 

We can confirm that we want absolutely nothing to do with the World Economic Forum, their affiliated individuals, organisations, or their aspirations. Including the Great Reset, the new globalist tax agenda, digital currency, digital identity, and the economically unviable green industrial revolution. We should withdraw from the World Health Organisation, unless their aggrandisement is restricted to their being an advisory body with the role of gathering and disseminating information, and assisting in the co-ordination of international health work.

 

There should be a full independent analysis into all the data in respect of not only the excess deaths, but also into vaccine harms, with the results being publicly debated, and there should be no great reliance on the results of the whitewashing exorbitantly expensive COVID-19 Inquiry. We believe that it is for each individual to choose for themselves whether they consider vaccinations to be necessary, that children should not receive the vaccine, and that people should not have been discriminated against as a result of their decision, regardless of their occupation. We do not support vaccine passports, mandatory vaccinations, or any future lockdown. We should all be able to live our lives free from unnecessary interference.

 

We need to abolish the television licence fee, and rethink how the BBC is organised. The House of Lords needs reforming, as opposed to abolishing. A second House is required, but not one that has more members than the lower chamber, and that is filled with family, friends and party donors. Following the COVID-19 PPE scandal, we will establish a Westminster anti-corruption unit to address infrastructure costs and potential conflicts of interest.

 

Reform is essential to our voting system so that it is fairer and more representative; the monopoly of the two party system embeds the status quo and prevents real change. Under the proportional representation electoral system, which we support, there is no such thing as a wasted vote, and you get genuine representation based on the number of votes cast. The Conservative Party do not use First Past The Post to select their new leader, because they know that it often results in a winner that the majority opposes. So why is it used for general elections? You can add your name and join the movement to end First Past The Post here.

 

Postal votes now account for over twenty percent of the overall votes cast. We have seen at first hand the real problems of the postal voting system, and many people do not realise the intimidation, fraud and abuse involved. The whole system needs a thorough review and reform, with the current postal voting register being scrapped, and voters having to apply again, but having to meet far more stringent eligibility.

 

 

Brexit meant taking back control of our borders, law and money, more democracy, more accountability and more freedom. It is a great opportunity for which the government has failed to take advantage. We will legislate to scrap EU regulations with immediate effect, leave the European Convention on Human Rights, abandon the Windsor Framework, keep independence for Britain’s armed forces, and prepare for renegotiations on the EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement.

 

We want nett zero migration, and zero illegal immigration. We welcome those with the skills that our economy needs, such as doctors, nurses and successful business people. We need to declare a national security threat, and turn off the magnet of four star hotels, benefits, mobile phones, etc. It should not be money that is being sent to France, but the illegal asylum seekers, which would be in accordance with the 1974 International Convention of Safety of Lives at Sea. There should be a review of the UK immigration policy, defined by a philosophy of being fair, flexible and forward-thinking. As previously advised, we should withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights and the 1951 Refugee Convention. In addition, the existing Border Force and Immigration Enforcement departments should be merged into a single dedicated force, to be called His Majesty’s Border Force, which will be controlled by the Home Office as a separate entity, and not by the woke Civil Service.

 

There should be a Royal Commission of Inquiry into the social care system. A national plan is critical for a sustainable social care system. It requires improved regulation, and collaboration between central government, local authorities, social care providers, and home carer support groups, with a single funding stream, to solve the growing challenge.

 

The current pension scheme is riddled with complexity, huge cost and poor returns, leading to lower pensions. Other countries do savings and pensions much better and cheaper than we do, from a much younger age, and we are still working on our proposals, which we will make available when completed. This will include a review of the position of women unexpectedly short-changed by the rises in the state pension age.

 

We now have our first Member of Parliament. Lee Anderson, and we are fielding and supporting Prospective Parliamentary Candidates in every constituency in England, Scotland and Wales. We have a formal agreement with the Traditional Unionist Voice party in Northern Ireland, and we can confirm that we will not be forming a coalition with the Conservatives. We have a successful candidate for the Gillingham and Rainham constituency, but if you would like to put your head above the parapet and be the difference you want to see, you can apply here to be considered to stand for us in a different constituency. You can find details of the constituencies and our candidates here. We will start to announce details of our candidates shortly, and they will be contacting our members and volunteers, starting to build the party and campaign locally. If you would like to get involved and become part of the local group, you can volunteer here.

 

Mark Butcher is our candidate in the forthcoming Blackpool by-election. Howard Cox, co-founder of FairFuelUK, is our candidate in the London mayoral election. We will scrap the ULEZ, refund all fees and fines from 29th August 2023, cut crime, and ditch Sadiq Khan. You can see more details here. We are also standing candidates in the London Assembly election.

 

We have held our first Spring Conference, and you are able to watch the main speakers, and many other videos, on Reform TV here. You can keep up to date by going to our website here, Facebook here, Getter here, Instagram here, and Twitter here. You can keep up to date with Reform UK Scotland on the website here, Facebook here, Twitter here, and Instagram here.

 

We appreciate your support in helping us to achieve a brighter, happier and wealthier future, and hope that you are keeping well.

 

Kind regards,

 

National Support Team

Reform UK

 

This email and any attachments to it may be confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual to whom it is addressed. Any views or opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Reform UK. If you are not the intended recipient of this email, you must neither take any action based upon its contents nor copy or show it to anyone.

 

Please contact the sender if you believe you have received this email in error.

 

Reform UK

83 Victoria Street, London, UK, SW1H 0HW

Company number 11694875  |  Registered in England and Wales

 

Promoted by Paul Oakden

 

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Certificate of Membership of Reform UK Party.pdf    1.9MB

Name: Shantanu Panigrahi

Join Date: 20 Apr 2024

Expiry Date: 20 Apr 2026

Membership No 1140703

 

(c)

Fresh Application to the English Appeals Panel to be allowed to rejoin the Liberal Democrats

 

Fri, 26 Apr at 17:35

Shantanu Panigrahi

Fri, 26 Apr at 19:17

 

Dear Lib Dems

 

The process you have replaced the original issues with are unacceptable to me. I have asked the Circuit Judge at the Central London to adjudicate in respect of Claim E35YM660. Our correspondence from the time of the Leadership of Nick Clegg would be assessed at the next Hearing of the Claim inter alia numerous other conspiratorial matters.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantànu Panigrahi

 

Yahoo Mail: Search, organise, conquer

 

On Fri, 26 Apr 2024 at 5:35 pm, Standards Officer

Good Afternoon Shantanu,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

As your previous appeal was closed and all parties were notified of the closure of your appeal, you will need to submit a new completed EAP form. You will be expected to include the details of why you want to reapply to join the Party based on your current circumstances within your form. All timelines and deadlines will restart from the point at which we receive your new completed EAP form.

 

For ease of access, you can download the EAP form via this link: https://www.libdems.org.uk/complaints/english-appeals-panel

 

Kind regards,

Neil

Neil Pickles (he/him)

A: 1 Vincent Square, London, SW1P 2PN

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On Fri, 26 Apr 2024 at 06:26, Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

To

Standards Officer

Liberal Democrats

 

Dear Standards Officer

 

I have gone through a process of re-evaluating my circumstances and am no longer a member of the Reform UK Party this morning.

 

 As my heart and soul is as a Liberal Democrat, I wish to reinstate my Appeal to the English Appeals Panel to be allowed to rejoin the Party.

 

I attach my correspondence with you for reference: FrStandardsOfficerLiberalDemocrats(Withdrawal of Appeal to be allowed to rejoin the Liberal Democrats Party)23April2024.docx; ToStandardsOfficerLibDems(APPEAL TO BE ALLOWED TO REJOIN THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS)18Apr2024.docx.

 

Thank you for your kind consideration.

 

 Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

 

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Dear Labour Party

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Shantanu Panigrahi

To:Labour Membership

Fri, 26 Apr at 07:32

To

The Labour Party

 

I gather from previous correspondence that the Party refunded my £34.50 for reasons that I do not understand and I have just checked my Account in Labour Hub which states the following:

Membership Number

L1545992

Membership Status

Resigned

Join Date

06-03-2024

 

Please update me on the progress of my resumed membership of the Labour Party, so that I can telephone and pay the retired membership fee again.

 

Thank you.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

 

 

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