Monthly Archives: May 2007

Cash for Honours police to conduct further inquiries

Tony Blair and his closest aides face fresh questioning in the cash-for-honours affair after prosecutors instructed detectives to return to the case, even though they formally ended their investigation last month. The development will increase pressure on the Prime Minister, … Continue reading

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Police Chief taken in by government propaganda

The following article published in Computer Weekly gives highlights of Phillip Webb’s views on the Database society that this Government seems intent on building, and if John Reid gets his way, using against us. Mr Webb’s views are almost simplistic, … Continue reading

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More FOI expenses abuse ??

This from Tim Worstall. No wonder they're tring to exempt themselves from the Freedom of Information Act: A SENIOR Tory MP is paying his son to act as his parliamentary assistant even though he is still a full-time undergraduate at … Continue reading

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State of Emergency – Would Government stage an ‘event’?

A few days ago John Reid spoke of declaring a State of Emergency, at that time blaming the Judges and the Judiciary. Is the following story which others have uncovered an ‘orchestrated event’ that will ‘force’ John Reid to ‘reluctantly’ … Continue reading

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Kiss your Democracy Goodbye

Kiss your Democracy Goodbye (But Did You Ever Have One?) by William Bowles Just how pervasive is the myth of our ‘inalienable rights’ is illustrated by the following quote from an article in the Independent that even as it warns … Continue reading

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John Reid ready to invoke STATE OF EMERGENCY

Home secretary ready to invoke state of emergency, was the headline in the Guardian today. The home secretary, John Reid, made clear yesterday he is prepared to declare a “state of emergency” to suspend key parts of the human rights … Continue reading

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Is Cheney organising a coup against Bush

It would seem, that in all but name, Cheney is attempting to organise a coup against Bush and start his own private war against Iran. Maybe Bliar, in his last few weeks in orifice could “tip W the wink” on … Continue reading

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Another anti-ID theft law from the EC

The European Commission is considering new legislation against identity theft. The proposal is contained in a just-published policy on EU-wide plans to fight cybercrime. The European Commission's policy on fighting cybercrime in Europe is the product of many years of … Continue reading

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Information chief's secrecy warning

The presumption of disclosure under freedom of information (FoI) laws must trump “unnecessary secrecy” – which only suggests public bodies have something to hide – the Information Commissioner is to warn on Thursday. Richard Thomas will stress that FoI should … Continue reading

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Iran has been scouting for targets in Europe

This report has been spotted in Eurosoc. Whilst I cannot agree with Press scaremongering, this report does appear to have attributed statements and is specifically clear in its message. It is therefore strange that the UK press have given little … Continue reading

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