Court of Appeal rules Government surveillance regime IS unlawful | Liberty

Sorry but the “I’ve got nothing to hide” mongers were, are and will be wrong. In fact the US spies on the British and vice versa, and jointly complain when Russia and China do the same. They already circumvent the law, anything more is just for control of the masses. "The Government is breaking the … Continue reading Court of Appeal rules Government surveillance regime IS unlawful | Liberty

Jeremy Corbyn vows to ‘take over’ empty private homes | Daily Mail Online

Fairness. Is it fair that homeless, some of them intentional, should have better housing than people struggling to get by working for a living? I recall my grandparents, not well off by any means, bemoaning the fact that because they have a small private pension, others, seen as feckless, who never saved and only had … Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn vows to ‘take over’ empty private homes | Daily Mail Online

Loose Women

Recording in the Trafford Centre last week. They had two ladies whose job title was probably ‘jump up and down and whoop a lot’ as that seemed all they did.

Carillion bosses had bonuses protected | Construction Enquirer

Well they’re `ok then? "Carillion introduced new rules to protect bonuses paid to bosses just months before an £845m profit warning sparked a nosedive in its share price. An investigation by the Daily Mail revealed that Carillion’s pay policy wording was changed to make it harder for investors to claw back bonuses paid to directors. … Continue reading Carillion bosses had bonuses protected | Construction Enquirer