Righty O, back again. Just a quick note from Gavin. "There is no case, IPO Cancellation no OP000408980 removes section 5(1), 5(2)(a)and (b) and 5 (3) which in our terms is any trademark or copyright grounds. The LCGB knew this on the 11th January 2018 and still went ahead at the AGM and put into print in the current issue of Jetset a right load of twoddle. We are going to do this and that...impossible. The case is closed. The only thing still going on is section 3 (3)(a) and (B), this section isn't in hard print but in pen. It basically says, how can an individual take up a name and use it and deceive people .That's it...... I recently got sent a letter from the IPO stating that someone wanted to use the wording Lambretta in there products, because I am recognized with the IPO they made contact with me to see if I wanted to oppose it, which of course I didn't. Also noted is on the 22nd February Ebay cancelled all of the BLOA items for sale by the LCGB on ebay as it was an infringement of copyright. For them to act on this you must supply evidence for your claim, that I did and that was the result. It does seem strange that people that was around in 1978 have joined BLOA, 100% behind it. This club has nothing to do with the LCGB, different style of club, run by the club. When you start to dig deeper you start to find out what actually happened, not what people who have recently joined the scene think or thought they knew. We are talking 30 years +Lambretta ownership. I deal in facts not fiction. 1978 is the key here. I have no issues with the LCGB, no need to. We as a club are quite happy doing our own thing in a way we all like, we all speak for ourselves on any issues. If people can't see fact from fiction that isn't really our fault, sorry but that's how it is, Bonjour "