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

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

Home Alone: Video proves Kevin’s booby traps would kill you in real life | The Independent

Sometime, perhaps when you’re wondering why you didn’t take up writing articles for a newspaper, read this; and appreciate that even stupid articles get published. I had no idea! "The climactic Home Alone showdown between eight-year-old kid Kevin McCallister and the pair of robbers attempting to burgle his house are some of the funniest scenes ever … Continue reading Home Alone: Video proves Kevin’s booby traps would kill you in real life | The Independent

When three men did a runner from a Shudehill taxi without paying, they hadn’t counted on instant karma – Manchester Evening News

Now this is ‘Restorative Justice’, wonder who was brave enough to make this decision? "He met up with the officer and Mr Hameed, and the £120 that had been left by the fare dodgers was handed straight over to the taxi driver." Click below for source When three men did a runner from a Shudehill … Continue reading When three men did a runner from a Shudehill taxi without paying, they hadn’t counted on instant karma – Manchester Evening News

Police made ‘appalling’ errors in using internet data to target suspects | UK news | The Guardian

Remember if you’re innocent you have nothing to fear! Stop laughing at the back! "He wrote: ‘These [errors] are far more common than is acceptable, especially in cases relating to child sex exploitation. The impact on some victims of these errors has been appalling.’" Click below for source Police made 'appalling' errors in using internet … Continue reading Police made ‘appalling’ errors in using internet data to target suspects | UK news | The Guardian

Theresa May faces investigation after ‘misleading Parliament about scale of homelessness’ | The Independent

Apparently it’s not parliamentary protocol to accuse her of lying! "Britain's statistics watchdog is considering an investigation into comments made by Theresa May following complaints that they misrepresented the extent of homelessness." Click below for source Theresa May faces investigation after 'misleading Parliament about scale of homelessness' | The Independent