Monthly Archives: September 2013

No Perjury Charges Over West Midlands Police Riots Trial Officers

No Perjury Charges Over West Midlands Police Riots Trial Officers Two police officers will not face charges of perjury in connection with a murder trial in Birmingham last year, the Crown Prosecution Service has said. Det Ch Insp Anthony Tagg … Continue reading

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TO FIX U.S. INTELLIGENCE, SHRINK IT?

TO FIX U.S. INTELLIGENCE, SHRINK IT? Criticism of U.S. intelligence takes many forms:  Intelligence agencies are too secretive, or they are too leaky.  They over-collect, or they under-perform.  Or all of these, and more besides. Many of the criticisms can … Continue reading

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Squeaky Clean Police Force

No Public Inquiry Into Lynette White Police Corruption Case The Independent Police Complaints Commission has concluded its oversight of the investigation by South Wales Police of former police officers over their alleged actions in the Lynette White murder case. The … Continue reading

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Met Commissioner heralds two years of Total Policing successes

Met Commissioner heralds two years of Total Policing successes Speaking on his second anniversary in the role, Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has stated that he expects to see the biggest percentage drop in recorded crime in the Met … Continue reading

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Equality and discrimination employment information – can you help?   

Equality and discrimination employment information – can you help?      If you’re a bureau adviser or supervisor with an interest in, or experience of, employment discrimination issues, the Citizens Advice Information Department wants to hear from you.   As part … Continue reading

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Dublin 2014 Legitimacy storm and control at work

Phoebe: Interesting topic! If, however, “‘Attacks’ can include: — toward the ILO and other intergovernmental organisations for not meeting market demands” does this also include the ‘attacks’ on the ILO by Guy Standing or myself (an attack of an admittedly … Continue reading

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Father of two dies in Tibet protest

“These people look down on us… they won’t leave us in peace” Statement from latest protester to give his life for Tibet This is Shichung. He was a farmer and part-time tailor in Ngaba County, eastern Tibet. Last Saturday (28 … Continue reading

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