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In the United Kingdom, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) is a judicial body, independent of the British government, which hears complaints about surveillance by public bodies—in fact, "the only Tribunal to whom complaints about the Intelligence Services can be directed"
The IPT does not disclose its address; it uses a PO box in Nine Elms, London, close to the Secret Intelligence Building.
Can claimants visit the Tribunal’s Offices or deliver material to the Tribunal in person?
No. For security reasons no such visits may take place, and all correspondence must be addressed to the Tribunal’s P.O Box, 33220 London SW1H 9ZQ.
Asked if the commitment to annual reports was now being questioned, the speaker began to give us an answer before the line went suddenly dead.
Amongst those who should be acknowledged as seminal organisers of the festival in the 80s were The Polytrantric Commune, Nik Turner, Sid Rawle, John Pendragon and Big Steve.
originally posted by: Kester
John Pendragon, author of Tribal Messenger, was not a keen mechanic. He hardly ever checked under the bonnet. One summer morning at dawn on Hay Bluff he went to his car, then had a strong feeling to look under the bonnet. It had been rigged to catch fire as he drove down the steep, winding road. His crime was being an organiser of the tribal gatherings taking place at the time