In addition to the destruction of privacy represented by Nu Labor's foisting on us of the database state, one of the concerns expressed on this forum has been the provisions made, either offiicially or not, for the elite to excuse themselves from the provisions they are making for the masses. The ability for an unclearly defined small minority to be excused the need for their offsping to be registered on the new and highly dubious child database is a recent example.
I find it interesting then to see the following comment on the property website firstrung
Interesting article courtesy of This is London, however, the Blairs bought number 29, No. 27 sold for £3.25mil 5 months ago according to houseprices.co.uk.
Now here's a thing, the Blairs' purchase does not show on the Land Registry database.
I have not checked the veracity of this statement: presumably someone has unsuccessfully attempted to find the entry for Blair's transaction using one of the websites that allow this data to be viewed online.
Does anyone have any further information as to what provisions exist for such an exclusion - either from the Land registry database itself or from the data being viewed?