Investigate David Cameron and stop victimising me for whistle blowing

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  • When I started whistle blowing as a teacher at Newham College in East London, I could not have imagined the injustice and corruption I was to face. Despite my efforts, the wrongdoing is still being covered up. I was let down by David Cameron and victimised by the employment tribunal for whistle blowing.
  • As the Government calls on teachers to report concerns, it is in the public interest that they tell you why I was victimised.
  • In July 2016, I raised a complaint that the Prime Minister, David Cameron had breached the ministerial code and brought the House into disrepute. The complaint related to my letters from 2011 to Mr Cameron about whistle blowing and wrongdoing at Newham College as well as injustice and misconduct involving the employment tribunal.
  • I had told David Cameron that data irregularities, the sexual harassment of students and other wrongdoing had been covered up by Newham College and the regulatory agencies. Also, that there was evidence of wider corruption including concerns about the employment tribunal when I brought claims against the College.
  • I can show the tribunal falsified evidence in my case to wrongly accuse me of 'inventing' the student harassment amongst other matters. They did this to cover up perjury and other wrongdoing by Newham College including that I had been injured and harassed for whistle blowing.
  • In response, David Cameron made a referral to the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills in 2011 to investigate Newham College but then he failed to act.
  • When the media highlighted the homophobic scandal and data irregularities at Newham College in 2013 including the use of ‘ghost students’, it was not reported that David Cameron had already made the referral to investigate Newham College but had failed to address the data irregularities, wrongdoing and evidence of wider corruption including the misconduct of the employment tribunal. Consequently the public have still not been told the truth.
  • Also despite David Cameron's referral to BIS apparently providing evidence of contempt by Newham College and the covering up by the tribunal committed from 2010 to 2013, the Government failed to help me ensure that evidence of perjury and wrongdoing was given to the police.
  • Instead as the media were reporting concerns about Newham College in 2013, David Cameron and the Government were allowing me to be wrongly accused and victimised by the tribunal based on falsified evidence and for Newham College to continue to commit perjury with impunity.
  • These are not acceptable standards of conduct from those in Government, the tribunal or in public office.
  • Mr Cameron’s resignation does not end the Government’s duty to uphold the rule of law or to ensure a fair and impartial tribunal service either through the Lord Chancellor's role or by other means.
  • The Government must address the false allegations based on perjury and misconduct by the tribunal and stop the public being misled.
  • However, despite undermining the commitment the Government claims for whistle blowers, women, safeguarding and the rule of law, my case shows that there are no effective means of holding the Government or the tribunal to account or therefore of ending my victimisation for whistle blowing.
  • To protect students, communities and whistle blowers, this must change.
  • Only when the Government and tribunal tell the truth about my case will the victimisation stop so that accountability can begin. They will not do this without your help.
  • Please sign my petition to ask Theresa May to ensure these matters are fully investigated and that the truth is finally told.
  • It is in the public interest that the failings of the Government and the employment tribunal in this case are explained. Thank you.


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