Tag Archives: database
Practical ways to combat the database state
As each day passes, a new rule, a new policy, a new law encroaches further into our private lives, private property and private spaces. The creeping communism that has become the norm of our Fabian inspired governments (yes all of … Continue reading
ID Cards: Why Cameron won’t deliver on his promise to scrap them
Those who read my blog regularly will know that I have long opposed the introduction of ID Cards in the UK. I have also written long and often about how these are being introduced the world over, not just here … Continue reading
Doctor/Patient confidentiality? Forget it…
Now doubt by now most will have seen this report in the Telegraph which explains how Labour have moved forward the implementation of the EHR programme (Electronic Health Records), and have started to upload patient records to central databases without … Continue reading
Alex Hilton: How does a Labour PPC use a saturday afternoon?
How does a Labour PPC spend their time on a Saturday afternoon.?
Well I am sure that those who are dedicated to serving the communities they hope to represent are busy putting together election strategies for their constituencies, out pushing leaflets perhaps, holding meetings, talking to potential voters, or even doing normal stuff like taking in a football match….
Not if your Alex Hilton it seems Continue reading
Conservative Hypocrisy on EU
On the question of Britain’s membership of the European Union both the Labour Party and the Liberal Democratic Party make no secret of their wish to remain members of that odious body. It is a great pity that the same cannot be said of the Conservative Party. Continue reading