THE GOVERNMENT TRADING ACT 1990

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Re: THE GOVERNMENT TRADING ACT 1990

Postby kevin » Tue May 26, 2009 7:19 am

We should start a list of these...

http://www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si2003/20030942.htm

The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency Trading Fund Order 2003

Public dividend capital
6. 50% of the amount by which the value of the additional assets exceeds the amount of the additional liabilities shall be treated as public dividend capital of the fund.

Limitation of Liabilities
7. In article 6 of the principal order the sum of "£70,000,000" shall be substituted for "£40,000,000".

Name of Fund
8. The fund shall be known as the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency Trading Fund
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Re: THE GOVERNMENT TRADING ACT 1990

Postby Jono » Tue May 26, 2009 12:02 pm

hmm thanks for the find. Now IF johhny public are owners of this UK plc then where is the audit trail of our right to access any payments due etc... ? I expect in reality citizens are just employee's , or assumed to be of subjects/ STATE CHATTEL etc... anyhow you might find this video interesting , US based but this chap is visibly disturbed and shocked almost into his findings about the Corporate Wealth of the Gov. in the States.

Now does the same apply to UK ? Hmmmm, I did phone the Audit commission a while back re How much cash the councils had at risk in the Iceland bank collapse etc, I was told this was 3% of cash depsoits. Meaning £30 Billion is sloshing about somewhere that the councils have invested around the planet. I was informed, as he had never been asked this question before, that he wasn't sure if the public were ALLOWED to have this information of total other investments, what they are and where they are etc, Which is a bit odd IF THE PEOPLE ARE SUPPOSED TO OWN THESE CORPS! ?? Then you see , ahh, we dont really own these do we, no, its all a bit of a smoke n mirrors, misdirection, deception etc etc , possibly.

I was looking for total gross revenues in, as you will understand from watching this fascinating video. The guy, is almost choking up with the shock, gravity of his realisation of his discovery..... TOTAL PRESS BLACKOUT on those reports, hmmmm..




here is the link again in case the above box doesn't display correctly.. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6703413885850200097
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Re: THE GOVERNMENT TRADING ACT 1990

Postby kevin » Tue May 26, 2009 4:47 pm

The Department of Trade and Industry claim in 1997 "We currently have £21 billion-worth of turnover in our portfolio"

the National Audits Office had a figure of £25 billion as the turnover of businesses in Government ownership.

And claim 27 listed businesses but others are not listed as Government owned if i read this correctly

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect/cmpubacc/409/7031907.htm




The mission of the Shareholder Executive

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect/cmpubacc/409/40903.htm

The Executive can hold management to account for the performance of businesses by using several "shareholder levers", which include: selecting the Chair and Board members; approving transparent business objectives that respect policy constraints; and agreeing finance for investment

The Executive looks likely to meet its target of increasing the value of six businesses by £1 billion by 2007
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Re: THE GOVERNMENT TRADING ACT 1990

Postby kevin » Tue May 26, 2009 8:08 pm

House of Commons

Trade and Industry Committee

Marketing UK plc—UKTI's five-year
strategy


Sixth Report of Session 2006–07

Report, together with formal minutes
Ordered by The House of Commons
to be printed 22 May 2007

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect/cmtrdind/557/557.pdf
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Re: THE GOVERNMENT TRADING ACT 1990

Postby markie b » Wed May 27, 2009 9:17 am

when injustice becomes law
rebellion becomes duty
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