October 2017

Cllr Russell Douglas Tillson

October 30, 2017 // 3 Comments

Cllr Russell Douglas Tillson (pictured below) was first elected to Shepway District Council as a Cllr for the Dymchurch & St. Marys Bay Ward in 2007 with 846 votes. He was elected again in May 2011 to the same ward with 1,113 votes. In 2014/15 we examined Cllr Tillson’s and Simmons expenses [Click to Read More]

Perseverance Wins The Day

October 28, 2017 // 1 Comment

The people of Shepway are “selfish” according to Cllr David Drury Monk (pictured). It is not the first time he has used such strong and disparaging language about people who disagree with him about the green spaces across Shepway disappearing under a swathe of concrete. There are strong and [Click to Read More]


October 25, 2017 // 1 Comment

There are a number of companies in the group and the “brand” known as “Sir Roger De Haan”. The “brand” relating to the harbour is as far as the public and press are concerned, “The Folkestone Harbour Company“ Sir Roger Michael De Haan’s [Click to Read More]

Dunstall Lane, St Mary’s Bay.

October 22, 2017 // 3 Comments

Before we begin our trip down Dunstall Lane, St Mary’s Bay,, we want to explain briefly and broadly what a “Tax haven” is. So we have best left that to Nicholas Shaxton, Author of Treasure Islands to summarise. They don’t just offer an escape from tax  They offer secrecy, [Click to Read More]

How To Investigate Companies.

October 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

Would you like to learn how to ‘Investigate a Company’? Would you like to learn about Shepway District Council’s company Oportunitas, Cozumel Estates, MF & L Ltd owned by Geoffrey Boot or Redforge BVI Ltd  or any other company situated in or working in and around our beautiful [Click to Read More]

There is Money In Misery.

October 14, 2017 // 2 Comments

Shepway District Council (SDC) have spent more on B & B accommodation in the first six months of 17/18 (Apr – Sept), than they have since they begun publishing their payments to suppliers data. Last year, for the whole year, SDC spent £573,535, as is evident from the graph below. Between [Click to Read More]