This is an absolute disgrace. I've seen all too often how criminals and fraudsters can manipulate the complete lack of checks and security at Companies House to register companies and then use them to defraud people. It's unbelievable that the one man who has been prosecuted for filing false particulars is the man who should be praised for bringing this situation to the attention of the Government and the general public. And for Companies House to then boast about how clever they are for having prosecuted someone who actually publicised what he'd done in order to expose how useless they are is beyond belief. It smacks of persecution rather than prosecution - persecuting the poor guy for having had the temerity to expose them for the bunch of useless incompetents that they are. It's no wonder that London is now the money-laundering capital of the world - just watch Panorama to see how easily Ukrainian gangsters have bought millions of pounds worth of property here - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43823962. Companies House are a laughing stock, and they may as well set up a stand at at the next Fraudex exhibition in Kiev to invite the crooks of the world to the fraud fest they've very kindly set up for them.