Good Morning Alex
Thank you for very prompt replies.
There are two related questions which I would like you to consider and if these do not come under the original cost of £38 please let me know.
I believe that I have categorical proof that the police officer lied and lied again, is this an avenue to be investigated?
In his original report sent to the Council he claimed that he 'warned' me about concerns of drug dealing in the club. At the magistrates hearing he admitted that he had not done so but that he had 'hinted' about his concerns, however, when making a claim under our loss of licence insurance the insurers quoted the officers 'warning' as a reason not to pay the £175,000 insured amount.
Could we at this late stage have any grounds for complaint on either or both of these complaints.
Sorry, I still refer to "we" from habit. To put you in the picture I should explain that following the loss of our business but even more the loss of our home, my wife went through along period of depression and could not discuss anything to do with the issues. Then in 2006 she was diagnosed with Motor Neurone which caused her death in 2009.
I mention these points merely to explain the delay in asking for advise.