Tag Archives: names

Name change White Paper now available

The long-awaited Names White Paper is now available to download from here. Just help yourself. It represents my best efforts, research-wise, though clearly, if you find anything in it that you disagree with, feel free to point it out. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Name change: update and guidance

Something is stirring. Something is definitely stirring! After some weeks .. months of plugging away at this name change issue all on my own with the odd hint of support here and there (maybe the EHRC would be interested, maybe … Continue reading

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Marriage documentation and Banks

A coda to the whole debate about Banks and name changes is time limits. A couple of months back, I heard about the case of a woman who had tried to change the name on her bank account after she … Continue reading

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Name discrimination: the formal case to answer

This week, I finally started real (i.e., legal) action against nPower in respect of the proofs it required in order to demonstrate a “change” of name. The case is simple – although it is also quite obvious that many individuals … Continue reading

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