Yes, Ray, I agree with you wholeheartedly, and as I've said in previous posts, these posts are to bring this matter to a national and world audience, not just a few friends of the Dover district council.
There are times in people's lives when sometimes they have to speak truth to power when there is injustice, and not just walk on by.
Julie - I don't know the rights and wrongs of your case personally because I haven't researched it. As I've said, based on the prima facie facts that you have presented it, DDC have a lot of questions to answer. You won't have much joy escalating the matter to a national or world audience on here though, even if it might merit such an audience.
However, as you might have seen from previous posts, many involved in the Farthingloe debacle will not comment for fear of making themselves accountable. Perish the thought!
There will be lots of deflection tactics. These people are very good at it. And also lots of evasion (they're keen on that as well).