Daily Archives: May 3, 2007

The Great Leader is …. GONE!!

Update: the Wikipedia entry came back up at 23:45. Looks slick.. Tony Blair has vanished from Wikipedia. Looking at the history file, there does appear to be a mass of activity this past week, with the entry being removed completely … Continue reading

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SOCA an Alsatia – Judge

Lord Justice Sedley, in UMBS Online Ltd. v. the Serious Organised Crime Agency and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs. In setting up the Serious Organised Crime Agency, the state has set out to create an Alsatia – a region of … Continue reading

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Disclose ID Card gateway reports government told.

The government has been ordered to disclose confidential reports into the viability of its £5.8bn ID card programme.   In a precedent-setting case, the Information Tribunal has dismissed an appeal by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC), ordering it to publish its … Continue reading

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Postal vote rigged? How else would NuLab know the results already?

Labour organisers in Scotland are already claiming victory, and getting the Independent to publish results of postal votes BEFORE the voting is complete.   – In Ochil, a seat currently held by the SNP, Labour has taken 457 out of … Continue reading

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IT failure hits registrars for Births and Deaths

Register offices across the UK have been hit by computer failures affecting the registration of births and deaths. The IT system went live nationally in mid-March after pilots in half a dozen offices.   The software, supplied by Mantech, runs … Continue reading

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What Brown should do about Blair

The ever brilliant writing of Boris Johnson this morning makes the best suggestion yet that I have seen for Blair’s future contribution to Britain, for his own good you understand.  He (Blair) yesterday blamed al-Qa'eda for the civil war, and … Continue reading

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NHS proves that security is still not up to scratch

A computer containing the bank details of thousands of hospital staff has been stolen from an NHS building, it has been revealed.  The computer contains bank and personal information about staff at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust but does … Continue reading

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