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
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’
From OpenDemocracy openDemocracy has seen evidence that two people who applied for visa appointments on behalf of Ukrainian family or friends through TLSContact in the past week were offered paid services by the company. “It’s absolutely bollocks what Priti Patel … Continue reading TLSContact Visa Agency charging ‘extras’ to fast track Ukrainian Refugee Visas
International Women’s Day 2022: “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow” The theme for International Women’s Day, 8 March, 2022 (IWD 2022) is, “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”, recognizing the contribution of women and girls around the world, … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2022
Millions of people have been told to stay at home as Storm Eunice brings disruption and record gusts to the UK. Today high winds have brought power cuts, flights cancellations, with hundreds of schools closures, and the Met. issuing a … Continue reading Storm Eunice Continues Its Disruption to South West of England
One day, we may see the first trillionaire, and economists have previously estimated that in 2017, total offshore funding was between $ 30tn and $ 50tn, probably more than the annual GDP of China and the United States. Conservative estimates … Continue reading The Paradise Papers : Show Me the Money!