The first flight of refugees from the UK to Rwanda was cancelled after a legal battle. The Home Secretary said she was disappointed but would not be deterred. A legal challenge to a flight from Wiltshire to Rwanda has failed … Continue reading Rwandan Refugee Flight is Cancelled
The British Post Office scandal involved 736 prosecutions of sub-postmasters for theft, false accounting and/or fraud. The prosecutions resulted in criminal convictions, false confessions, imprisonments, defamation, loss of livelihood, bankruptcy, divorce, and suicide. In 1999, International Computers Limited (ICL) company … Continue reading The Post Office Scandal – The UK’s Biggest Legal Miscarriage of Justice
Despite the US’s authorization to release 180 million barrels from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have kept to their OPEC+ commitments to increase production by 400kbd per month to support their domestic industries. Politics does play … Continue reading Why is OPEC reserving it’s oil during the Russian/Ukraine War?
Following the mass redundancy and dismissal of employee workers of P&O this week the Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng and the Labour Markets minister Paul Scully, have and written to the chief executive of P&O, Peter Hebblethwaite to remind him of … Continue reading Government calls on P&O to explain staff sackings
This week the government passed the first of two laws to stop the rich and powerful from hiding dirty money and dodging tax. The Economic Crime Bill was rushed through the House of Commons on Monday. It will start to … Continue reading Economic Crime Bill – Will it solve the ‘dirty money’?
The Zoom meeting was called to welcome the growing company’s newest recruits, and Ali Ayad wanted everyone to be ambitious hustlers. In a fake meeting on Zoom , fake people were listed as participants. The BBC spent a year investigating … Continue reading The MadBird ‘JobFish’ Con