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Second angry protestor travels across the country to Direct Line in Bromley

PUBLISHED: 10:27 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:54 15 September 2015

Former Direct Line protestor Malcolm Potts

Former Direct Line protestor Malcolm Potts

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Michael Power, 53, left his home in Rochdale at 3am this morning to travel to the offices in Westmoreland Road

Another angry protestor has travelled across the country to make a stand outside insurance company Direct Line’s office in Bromley.

Disabled Michael Power, 53, left his home in Rochdale at 3am this morning to travel to the offices in Westmoreland Road.

Mr Power, who uses a mobility scooter, is in a dispute with the company.

In May Malcolm Potts, 48, went away £7,000 richer after travelling from Buckinghamshire to Bromley sort out his differences with the company.

Mr Power said: “Justice has to be done.”

A Direct Line Group spokesperson said: ‘’After Mr Power had an accident last year, he made a claim and was fully compensated for the loss of his vehicle.

“He wanted to make a claim against the third party. We decided to settle on a 50/50 basis, as it became clear there was little chance of resolving the claim in his favour. DLG Legal Services were unable to act on behalf of Mr Power as a result.

“Mr Power was unhappy about that decision, and his complaint was referred to the Financial Ombudsman Service, who upheld our decision.”

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