Disclosure – An Alert to the Privy Council


5th May 2016

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Disclosure – An Alert to the Privy Council

“It is believed that, based upon the grounds of the #QUIXOTE Interim Report (including the results of the 3 types of  #QUIX  Tests ), the 7 May 2015 Election of Her Majesty’s Government, (Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service, the Right Honourable David William Donald Cameron MP), may not have been lawful”
This is as a result of alleged illegalities and alleged corruption of the electoral process in 2015, and earlier as identified and set out within the results of the ongoing #QUIXOTE forensic Investigation

Geoffrey Stansfield BSc MSc AMCST CEng MICE

Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers for 50 years 

One-time Member of Northumbria Police North East Fraud Forum

Director of Applied I F Limited 

Joint author of #QUIXOTE Interim Report being a National Forensic Pro Bono Investigation into perceived voting irregularities including alleged fraud by amounts Added False Ballot Papers at the UK 2015 General Election 

GS AIFL has been invited by letter dated 7 January 2016 from the UK Police College to work jointly with the Police College and the Electoral Commission  

There are conflicts of interest for AIFL to work alongside the Electoral Commission since factual evidence of alleged substantial corrupt practice within the Electoral Commission already exists as a finding of fact 

It is believed that this may be a constitutional crisis for Her Majesty of such magnitude such that the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council should be alerted to advise the Lord President of the Privy Council the Right Honourable Christopher Stephen Grayling MP and to alert Her Most Gracious Majesty so as to allow her to mitigate the potential damage to her Sovereignty and her Subjects 

🇬🇧God Save The Queen🇬🇧



United Kingdom

3 May 2016 04.00 BST