24 Jun 2011


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McNamara makes it Ryanair's PRIORITY ''Ryanair Confirms Easyjet Can't Match Its Punctuality'

Punctuality does not cost lives.....Ryanair's treatment of their own crew does cost Lives...''crew's lives'' due to suicide as a direct result of treatment from Ryanair Management...
(the Authorities need to act)

Stress levels at Ryanair are the Worlds highest,with many pilots having a Fut-ur-less JOB as a direct result of Bonderman and O;Leary's PROFIT machine....

Easyjet show Respect and Dignity to all Crew and are the safer Airline to fly with...


Gill (Immigration) Law Consultants Ltd
98 Woodgreen Road
LE4 9UE, United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 (0) 75649 00844 | Fax: + 44 (0) 75659 11657
Alternative E-mail: gill.adams@gill-law.co.uk
Website: http://www.gill-law.co.uk/

Above is the scammers address for Fake Ryanair Contract.
We informed http://www.actionfraud.org.uk/ of this.
If you have been a victim of this

You can call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.

We wish to thank the victim of this crime for contacting RyanairDontCare Campaign.

23 Jun 2011


It amazes me that unions are aware of the bad treatment of Crew at Ryanair and still,it goes on each and every day.
A website for Ryanair pilots REPA, i think was set up to help pilots at Ryanair...Surly enough, Balpa and IALPA must have contact with governments and Aviation Authorities,who would listen to Ryanair Crew....

Unions must do so much more for Ryanair Crew as it is a matter of life and death,as seen a few weeks ago..''SUICIDE''



On March 13th 2011 my daughter, previous postulation  at www.naukri.com receive by Internet, in Argentina , a proposal to relocate in the United Kingdom to work for 2 years in Ryanair. She send her Curriculum and Cover Letter to this supposed address of this company, receiving then an on-line interview which has been answered. Three days after she receive a Contract Agreement in character of Flight Attendant (Cabin Crew) with start work day dated on May 9th of the current year.
This company, Irish company, operates in many European bases, particularly in the Stansted Airport of London. Among other conditions it indicated that she had to pay the costs of processing the Visa and Work Permit, which would be refunded completely after short time of her arrive.
Also that she had to take contact with the Barrister Gill Adams (email: barristergill.adams@lawyer.com and gill.adams@gill-law.co.uk), who would be responsible of processing this documentation in the United Kingdom.
For that, she received some e-mails and calls of this supposed lawyer asking, most always with hurry, certain remittances of money to each one of the refered concepts, abruptly cutting with the conversations not giving place to questions or clarifications of doubts.
In some ocations, we have tried to take contact by phone with his (supposed) office, where they never answered the calls,
The two firsts remittances of Sterling Pounds were, as his order, sent by Western Union in name of Cole A. Williams as only data of the recipient.
Before the moment of sending the supposed last remittance of money, we have found that until further notice, Western Union had suspended the sendings to some countries included the UK, before what we have looked up for another company (Money Gram) which do the same, and wich has as a norm only transfer money to bank accounts, telling by mail to the “lawyer” Gill Adams about the involuntary mishap; he answer with bad manners by a new call of his part, angry because the situation, for what, after the unexpected catharsis, cut once again the call.
Some minutes after, he wrote an e-mail indicating that we send that money through Money Gram, but “in name of her secretary”: Nora Alexandra Godollei, account NÂș 79819895, United Kingdom, IBAN 09012779819895, Santander Bank, BIC ABBYGB2LXXX sort code 090127, what we did although the doubts and suspicions in relation to a criminal attitude of his part, began to corrode us more.
In a determinate moment, he informs my daughter that all the documentation had been approved conveniently and that in not many days she would receive the ticket to be presented and taking the job. Since it was delayed, leaving a little margin to be presented to Ryanair the stipulated day by the contract, the Barrister Gill Adams send a new contract with a new date of starting work.
While this was happening we claimed for a copy of certificates of the officially approval of the managed documentation, which he has never answered or sent copies. It also hasn’t arrive the ticket, either, because we haven’t sent this last payment required.
Some days after, approaching again the term of the supposed start of activities of the “new” contract, he calls demanding an immediate payment of a large sume of Sterling Pounds because the documentation had been retained by the HM Revenue & Customs, being necessary this money to “unlock it”, pretending continue manipulating us with alleged deceivings and lies.
Of course that, giving the doubtful behaviour of this supposed lawyer and at that point of the circumstances, it has finished lighting the labor illusion of our daughter next that of the ingenuity of our family.

During the development of this process it has been absolutely impossible to take contact with the company Ryanair in the effect of confirming if in reality this “lawyer” was their representative or it was an imposter; their phones were never picked up, the only electronic address available is only in effect of publishing advertisements on their webapage.

Conclusion: 1) Ryanair unwittingly facilitates that this kind of illicits happen by not providing an email address and/or phone numbers to evacuate such doubts. 2) naukri.com should have to dispose of a control of the people that use their data base. 3) The cheater Barrister Gill Adams or Cole A. Williams is acting with impunity, even “representing” to many companies of other sectors of “recruitments” as you can easily corroborate on Internet. 4) With the information here provided, it couldn’t be hard to find out the truly identity of this individual, since a person with name, surname, number of account and document has withdrawn the payments referred above.

We ask publicly to the Britain authorities that investigate the criminal activities of this man and his accomplices that are acting with impunity in front of their noses.

To who can be interested, we dispose as proof, of a copy of the contracts, sendings of money, received mails, etc..

Please, help us disseminating this message to all your European contacts, particularly of England and Ireland and translating this into other languages.

John Said,
Above email was sent to RyanairDontCare to inform students wishing to be Cabin Crew....These people will take your money as Ryanair do with Training fee....


The CAA is a “prescribed person” under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 for the purpose of receiving “protected disclosures” (whistle blowing) from the civil aviation industry.  As such, the CAA is directly responsible for investigating any information of this nature that is received.

  A “worker” (which definition includes employees, independent contractors, agency workers and trainees) may make a complaint to the Employment Tribunal if he or she suffers a detriment as a result of making a “protected disclosure”.  An employee will be regarded as having been unfairly dismissed if the reason or principal reason for their dismissal is the making of a protected disclosure.

On occasion the CAA will receive allegations/complaints that may not be classed as whistleblowing and as such, the protection to the source is not that afforded to whistleblowers.

The CAA will endeavour to respect the confidentiality of a whistleblower unless agreed otherwise with them. 

The CAA will investigate all complaints in an appropriate manner, but in order to achieve this, the contact details for the whistleblower will be required. The whistleblower should be assured that CAA will endeavour to maintain confidentiality and that they will receive a response to their complaint/allegation.

Whistleblowers will be kept informed of progress with their complaints if requested. Whether the investigation is ongoing or has been concluded can be confirmed but information regarding specific details of the investigation may not necessarily be provided.
Where it is an employee or ex-employee of an organisation who makes a report, they should have initially contacted the organisation concerned, and where possible, followed the organisation’s internal complaints procedure.  This action will not prevent the CAA from exercising its regulatory responsibilities by investigating any report received.

Where a whistleblower offers to further their case by supplying copies of evidence or photographs already in their possession that may belong to an organisation, they can be accepted for the purposes of the investigation on the understanding that they will later be either destroyed (to protect confidentiality) or returned to the organisation concerned. 

Whilst it may be possible to progress a whistleblowing complaint without speaking with the whistleblower, experience has indicated that this can result in wasted or duplicate effort in order to fully uncover the detailed facts.  As such, it is recommended that a telephone discussion or meeting take place.  Wherever possible, interviews with whistleblowers should take place on CAA premises with another CAA member of staff present as a witness. It can be very difficult to verify allegations without adequate detailed information. The whistleblower should provide as much detailed evidence as possible, either hard copy or by email, not just verbal allegations.

In some cases of whistleblowing the CAA will not be the responsible authority. The CAA will assist the whistleblower in identifying the correct authority. Other responsible authorities could be the US Federal Aviation Administration, European Aviation Safety Agency, Ministry of Defence or other National Aviation Authorities.

The preferred method of reporting to the CAA is by email using the Whistleblowing report form or if this is not possible, reports may be given by calling the:
CAA Whistleblowing Focal Point 01293 573190
Public Concern at Work (PCaW)
If you are concerned about malpractice, wrongdoing or a safety risk at work and you are unsure whether to raise this with the CAA, you may find it helpful to contact the independent whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work (PCaW) for advice. PCaW can talk to you about how best to raise your concern, while minimising any risk to you and maximising the opportunity for the problem to be addressed. You can call them on 0207 404 6609 or email

To find out more about how Public Concern at Work helps individuals, please visit 
About PCaW

Public Concern at Work (PCaW) is the independent authority on public interest whistleblowing. Established as a charity in 1993 following a series of scandals and disasters, PCaW has played a leading role in putting whistleblowing on the governance agenda and in developing legislation in the UK and abroad. Their work is informed by the free advice offered to people with whistleblowing dilemmas and the professional support provided to enlightened organisations. For more information please see

If you believe there is malpractice or wrongdoing happening in a workplace then you can ‘blow the whistle’ on the behaviour and you could be protected from losing your job and/or being victimised by your employer.
The official name for whistleblowing is ‘making a disclosure in the public interest’, however it is much more commonly called ‘blowing the whistle’ or ‘whistleblowing’. It means that if you believe there is wrongdoing in your workplace (e.g. your employer is committing a criminal offence) you can report this by following the correct processes, and your employment rights are protected.

If you decide to blow the whistle on an organisation you are protected and your employer cannot victimise you (e.g. by not offering you a promotion or other opportunities your employer would have otherwise offered).

Whistleblowers are protected for public interest, to encourage people to speak out if they find malpractice in an organisation or workplace.

Malpractice could be improper, illegal or negligent behaviour by anyone in the workplace.


Dear reader,

You've been in touch with us over the past year about our Gizza Proper Job campaign and we now need your help getting something done about it.

We have found unfair cases of forced self-employment in all walks of life and across many different industries. We don't believe this has ever been properly researched before and the Government needs to know what is happening.

We want your stories of false self-employment, straight from the horse's mouth, to present to the Department for Business and other key figures in politics and Government.

Please find some time to write a statement for our dossier. We'll leave the wording of your statement entirely up to you but here are some areas you might like to cover:

* The name of your "employer", how long you worked for them and what your job entailed

* Describe a typical working day or week ... the hours, who allocated the work, who decided how the job was carried out and when

* How were you paid? Per hour, per job or commission only? How much did you typically earn? Were you able to set your own rate of pay? Did you pay your own tax? Did you earn above the minimum wage? Were any deductions made by your employers from your pay packet?

* How genuinely "self-employed" were you? Did you work for anyone else at the same time? Did you provide the tools or materials required for doing the job? Were you able to take time off? Were you treated differently from full-time employees, if any? Did you hire others to do your work for you? Could you send someone else to do the job on your behalf?

* Do/did you get sick pay, holiday pay? If you have left the job, did you get redundancy? What notice period were you given and how were you told the job was ending? How did this affect you?

* Do you have any choice about being "self-employed"? What do you think about the arrangement?

I need your full name and contact details to be sure your story is genuine but make a 100% guarantee that I will not pass them on to anyone else without your permission. Please mark clearly whether you want me to keep your name on the statement that I will be passing on to Business Secretary Vince Cable, Employment Minister Ed Davey and others in Westminster.

I am sorry this is an impersonal letter but we've heard from hundreds of supporters of our campaign and want each of you to contribute. If we don't tell the Government what's going on we can't blame them when they do nothing about it.

Best regards,

Nick Sommerlad

Daily Mirror
1 Canada Square
London E14 5AP
0207 293 3741


Time for the Authorities to take not of the Depression and Suicide rate inside of Ryanair.Pilot and Crew must be protected against the Capitalist Bullies of Ryanair.
David Bonderman TPG Capital and Michael O'Leary should be ashamed of the way they treat Crew at Ryanair,you both have BLOOD on your hands.
Crew at Ryanair suffer so much,Fu-ture-less is common thoughts of many Pilots at Ryanair.
Keeping Pilots and Cabin Crew under pressure and duress in the work place,helps maintain PROFIT at Ryanair....
Suicide of Ryanair Crew as a direct result of Ryanair Management must be looked at by Governments the Irish Aviation Authority and the Civil Aviation Authority as a PRIORITY....
Bonderman and O'Leary need to be brought to account......JUSTICE for all Crew at Ryanair ''NOW''

John Said,
Time as come for the Authorities to stop neglecting Crew at Ryanair...RyanairDontCare Campaign know of 2 attempted suicides (Probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew),1 Ryanair Cabin Crew suicide and 1 Pilot suicide.
We call on the whole of Aviation to help Crew at Ryanair.Unions must do more to protect the LIVES,yes LIVES of Ryanair's Crew

David Bonderman & Michael O'Leary CAPITALIST MURDERS

David Bonderman & Michael O'Leary are guilty of loss of life of Crew at Ryanair.
Putting profit before Human Life is not the right way to treat your staff..Ryanair have been guilty of doing this for years.
Time for the General Public to Boycott Ryanair,Time for the Authorities to Act,Time for Shareholders to SACK the whole Board at RYANAIR. ''NOW''

22 Jun 2011


The minimum payment is £50p/m to people who our on benefits.
Can you arrange your first payment to Daniels Silverman this week then monthly there after.

Elizabeth Keeley
Account Manager
Litigation Department

email: http://uk.mc296.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=Elizabeth.Keeley@danielssilverman.co.uk
web: http://www.danielssilverman.co.uk/
tel: 0151 707 6061
fax: 0151 707 6062
Daniels Silverman Limited
210 Queens Dock Commercial Centre
Norfolk Street
L1 0BG

Registered Office : Castle Chambers, 43 Castle Street, Liverpool L2 9TL
Company No. 3998129
VAT No. GB 636 6349 17

John Said,
Email above is from dept collector solictor.Students who are terminated before training is paid in full are getting chased as a direct result of Europe's Greatest Training Robbers ''RYANAIR''
Protests planned soon..
Daniels Silverman Limited


Virgin Atlantic pilots have not had a pay rise since 2008. Photograph: Erik Van 'T Woud/EPA
Virgin Atlantic pilots have voted by 97% in favour of strikes in a row over pay, raising the threat of disruption to summer travel.
Members of the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa), were voting on whether to take industrial action against Sir Richard Branson's company in protest at a 4% pay offer. The union said Virgin Atlantic pilots have not had a pay rise since 2008 after agreeing to forgo an increase to help the company, with the expectation of a "fair" hike this year.
Balpa, which represents most of Virgin's 750 pilots, said it had decided to ballot its members because it had expected a bigger pay deal this year.Balpa's executive will meet later in the week to discuss the ballot result, and will have to give Virgin seven days notice of any walkouts.
A Virgin spokesman said earlier: "We continue to have talks with Balpa. We have made an offer twice the national average for UK businesses and ahead of the majority of the airline industry. Pilots are an extremely valuable part of our workforce and we hope we can find a resolution."

John Said,
Please Ryanair pilots stand up to O'Leary and his merry men ''NOW''

20 Jun 2011


http://www.brianhaw.tv/index.php Please visit Brian & Bab's website.....
Condolences to Brian Haw the worlds greatest  protester has passed away 18th June 2011...Godbless Brian and his family...Love goes to BAB'S who is a great person...I met Brian a few years ago and last year talked to BAB'S at Westminster...

Brian and Bab's have shown the world how to stand up for your human rights....Both are great human beings,just a shame the worlds does not have many like these two...If we did,the world would be a greater place....

Gerry Foley and John Foley