Under the European Convention on Human Rights, I will explore the possibility of sueing the University of Aberystwyth for about two million pounds in compensation, salary for 1983 to present. This is for persistent employment and ethnic discrimination and breach of contract. Also, under the freedom of speech and right of political assembly clauses, an Assembly member who refuses to be lobbied can be sued. I will also look into this. I am not sure of the chances of success, but the legal profession advises me that I did very well in a recent case where I won compensation. In thinking of sueing Aberystwyth I am not sueing my own side, because the place has nothing to do with the aspirations of Wales as a Nation. The University may be able to wriggle out of it on a technicality, as they did against the Privy Council in the eighties, but the University would look like a hole in the ground by any measure of common morality or decency.
Evans of Glyn Eithrym
H. M. Civil List