BT in Compensation Court For Past Landline Charges

OUTCOME COULD SEE BRITISH TELECOM PAY OUT £600 MILLION IN PAST HISTORIC COMPENSATION TO THEIR CUSTOMERS Legal action has been taken by  Justin Le Patourel, founder of Call (Collective Action on Land Lines) against British Telecom (BT) seeking compensation for … Continue reading BT in Compensation Court For Past Landline Charges

Civil Service World Update

Latest News   ▸ Vaccine task force signs £670,000 deal for PR consultants who ‘duplicate’ BEIS press officers     ▸ Cabinet Office ‘needs enhancing’ to properly support PM says George Osborne     ▸ Government mulls in-house ‘Crown Consultancy’ to cut use of private firms     ▸ Latest civil service & public affairs moves — November 9   In Depth   ▸ ‘What is it that can only be done by us?’: preparing your team for a difficult winter     ▸ November 2020 CSW digital issue   VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE: Financial and economic regulation after Covid   ▸ … Continue reading Civil Service World Update

Corby Black Lives Matter Protest

Today in Corby hundreds gathered in James Ashworth VC Square outside the Corby Cube in Northamptonshire to attend what was a peaceful and powerful “Black Lives Matter” protest. It was a family affair, with many people angry at the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police in Minnesota in the US, chanting “No Justice, No Peace” and “Black Lives Matter” or the dying words of George Floyd “I can’t breathe” across Corby town. They turned out to show their support and the worldwide call for equality and an end of the disproportionate number of “stop and … Continue reading Corby Black Lives Matter Protest