Photo: John Donovan of Royal Dutch Shell Plc.com Date: 15 November 2009 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: email@example.com cc. firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Data Protection Act 1998 – Subject Access Request Attention of Mr Gavin White, Company Secretarial Department, Shell International Limited Dear Mr White You are of course aware of our SAR Application lodged on 4 September 2009 [...]
Posts on ‘November 15th, 2009’
The above YouTube video tells the horrific story of Ray Fox, the man who claims he and his family were contaminated by illegal unauthorized toxic outflow from a Shell terminal in Earley, near Reading, England. At one stage, Ray was treated by a specialist in Germany for radioactive poisoning. Almost a year ago we published [...]
BAE has long been criticised by churches, faith groups, charities and NGOs for arming oppressive regimes such as Saudi Arabia and Indonesia. The company is facing allegations of corruption in five continents and is thought to be on the brink of prosecution in British courts.
The Sunday Telegraph November 15, 2009 Ministry cannot account for where £1bn went in Saudi oil-for-jets affair DAVID HENCKE DETAILS OF a damning secret report into Britain’s biggest ever arms deal, which raises questions over how the Ministry of Defence spent more than £lbillion, can be disclosed for the first time by The Sunday Telegraph. [...]
November 14th, 2009 After a long downward spiral lasting the better part of a year, the London real estate market seems to be finally looking at a turnaround. A host of companies including Google and Royal Dutch Shell are reported to be scouting around for space in the City for their offices. This comes as [...]