Monthly Archives: September 2007

Stupid British

A quote from Paul Mcmullan in The People, 16 September 2007 Picturesque Cherbourg in Normandy has been overrun by thugs […] Police chiefs and the ferry firms claim they are powerless to cope with hordes of aggressive young men from … Continue reading

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UK's Data Protection Act does not implement European law properly

The UK's Data Protection Act (DPA) does not implement European law properly, according to the European Commission which is investigating problems in the UK's implementation of 11 of the Data Protection Directive's articles, almost a third of the entire directive. … Continue reading

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NHS patient data sold on eBay

An NHS trust is investigating how one of its hard drives containing confidential information was sold online. The Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Trust is trying to find out how one of its computers full of confidential medical information was … Continue reading

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After the Unions, Brown begins purges of old Labour.

After the attempts by Brown to remove voting rights between Unions and the Labour Government, the NuLab machine is now beginning the purges that have long been expected in order to get rid of the old Labour guard. Veteran left-wing … Continue reading

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Mystery Trader To Collect On Global Financial Meltdown?

From Global Research. A run on the Northern Rock bank in Britain has increased the possibility that a mystery trader could stand to collect around $2 billion should a panic send markets tumbling during the course of this week, as … Continue reading

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Whitehall stalls release of reports of ID cards and NPfIT

The government is exploiting a feature in the Freedom of Information Act which allows it put off indefinitely the release of internal reports on the ID cards scheme and the NHS IT programme, despite rulings that they should be published. … Continue reading

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FSA to halt trading in Northern Rock

Unconfirmed rumours are saying that the FSA will suspend trading in Northern Rock at the beginning of trading in London Monday 17th. This will be closely followed, midday, by the directors decision to call in the Administrators. Speculation has been … Continue reading

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We Shall Kill You And Your Children

  The Murdoch Times, whose work last month was apparently solely responsible for instigating the Government's interdepartmental review on the plight of Iraqis who have collaborated with British forces, reports that the leader of Basra's security forces has warned interpreters … Continue reading

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Is there any logic behind defence procurement

I wonder if anyone has considered, really considered that many of the defence procurement decisions is due to the politicisation of the MOD. Inside the MOD today there is a political agenda, which fits neatly in line with the politicisation … Continue reading

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Northern Rock latest to go to Bank of England for loan

One of the UK's largest mortgage lenders, the Northern Rock, is applying to the Bank of England for emergency financial support. The decision for the Bank of England to become the “lender of last resort” is extremely rare, and follows … Continue reading

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