The Post Office Scandal – The UK’s Biggest Legal Miscarriage of Justice

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

BBC Denied Naming MI5 Officer who ‘poses danger to women’

Attorney General Suella Braverman applied for an injunction to prevent a BBC story from identifying an MI5 agent without confirming or denying his status as an agent. The BBC submitted that revealing his identity would not put him at risk, … Continue reading BBC Denied Naming MI5 Officer who ‘poses danger to women’

BBC issued with ‘breach of confidence’ clause to stop a spy’s exposure

IN AN EFFORT TO PREVENT THE COUNTRY’S PUBLIC BROADCASTER FROM REVEALING THE IDENTITY OF A BRITISH INTELLIGENCE OFFICER WORKING ABROAD, THE UK GOVERNMENT USED A RARELY USED “BREACH OF CONFIDENCE” CLAUSE. Since the so-called Spycatcher case in 1987, this is … Continue reading BBC issued with ‘breach of confidence’ clause to stop a spy’s exposure

8 Changes to The Highway Code from 29th January 2022

Rules for all types of road users have been updated in The Highway Code to improve the safety of people walking, cycling and riding horses.From:Department for Transport and Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Applies to England, Scotland and WalesGuidance for Northern Ireland The changes follow a public consultation on a review of The Highway Code to improve road safety for people walking, cycling and riding horses. It ran from July to October 2020, and received more than 20,000 responses from the public, businesses and other organisations. Most people who responded were in favour of all the changes. The changes were made to The … Continue reading 8 Changes to The Highway Code from 29th January 2022