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Report 247 | Ian Briggs Recounts the Story of Gavin Briggs, RAF Vet, Dad of 3, Driven to Suicide by False CMS Claims & Whistleblower Retaliation
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Ramola D Reports
Published 2 years ago |
Tragically revealing conversation with Ian Briggs, Royal Air Force (RAF) aeronautical engineer veteran, father of Gavin Briggs, also an RAF veteran of 15 years, young father of three, who sadly took his life last summer after being hounded for years by CMS, the Child Maintenance Service and Child Support Agency, with false claims of missing arrears in child support, wrongful assessment of income, and aggressive demands for unlawful payments over and above his regular payments.

Many thanks to Ian Briggs for speaking out and for pursuing CMS, the coroner, and MP's with the facts of this case, and helping to highlight the cases of 1000s of other UK dads and vets, as covered recently in News Panel 20.

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