The strike hit and badly managed Southern Railway =- which has caused misery for millions of commuters coming into London – is to be investigated by Parliament’s financial watchdog, the National Audit Office.
Month: January 2017
Tragically the co-owner of Romania’s oldest newspaper, Romania Libera, has died after suffering illnesses brought on by the country’s appalling prison system. His son who said he had been jailed on trumped up charges is facing extradition to Romania from the UK in April and is fighting the case.
A huge re-organisation of HMRC tax offices -involving closing 170 local offices and replacing them with 13 regional offices – and relocating 38,000 staff – spells chaos for future tax collection as a National Audit Office report warns
A German businessman is facing extradition to Romania using the European Arrest warrant. But the real reasons for his extradition is to try and close down Romania’s oldest newspaper, Romana Libera, to stop it exposing corruption in this EU country.
A forensic lawyer and former Treasury Counsel who prosecuted Milly Dowler’s killer has been appointed the new lead counsel to the Independent Inquiry into Child sexual Abuse.
The Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland Sir Declan Morgan has ruled that a paedophile cannot ban Facebook from publishing details of his criminal past or his picture on the net- though a blog which named his address and led to harassment should have been taken down earlier.
Only Five Hours Left to Expose the Shocking Leveson Evidence Press and Police Don’t Want You to Hear
The British governments consultation on whether Leveson Two should go ahead ends at 5pm today. Don’t let there be another coverup
Next month the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse will hear about Britain’s shameful record on sending British children to Australian, Canadian and then Southern Rhodesian children’s homes knowing that in the case of Australia, they would be physically and sexually abused.
Met police say they have arrested a man on suspicion of stalking after they searched his house in Kendal, Cumbria, using a warrant under the harassment act.
Unison: Former senior official says ” anti democratic practices” used to elect Dave Prentis in three previous contests
A former senior Unison official, Mike Jackson, who supported Heather Wakefield, against Dave Prentis at the last general secretary election, has submitted a statement to the tribunal – which has gone unchallenged by Unison- saying that ” anti democratic practices” were used previously to elect Dave