Daily Archives: July 24, 2007

When the good guys become the bad guys – meet 'Police spyware'

It's well known that organizations with nefarious and often criminal goals support and distribute malware and spyware that allows them to snoop on and/or manipulate people's computers. However, what is less well-known is that some of the people behind spyware … Continue reading

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Database State – why there's never enough money for NHS care

When the people of Britain pay their taxes, they expect basic services in return. A well funded and managed NHS, a Police force that polices rather than politics, and the right equipment for our servicemen and women when they are … Continue reading

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Here we go again, a new home secretary a new request for 90 days

Here we go again, a new home secretary, a new request for 90 days detention without charge. It has only been 14 days since the current 28 day detention was debated in parliament, with warnings that it should be seen … Continue reading

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Brown to create 'order for the people'

In true socialist style Gordon Brown (our very own version of Joe Stalin) has announced plans to “pay tribute to the people who represent the very best of Britain” every 24 July and to encourage more public service and social … Continue reading

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Asylum need for Iraqis who work for British troops UPDATE

Update: Davide Simonetti has set up this petition. Please sign if you’d be so kind. Dan Hardie has suggested petitioning members of parliament on the matter of Iraqis who have worked for the British forces in Southern Iraq who now … Continue reading

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