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Elitism rules as public officials protected from criticism

By Marianne Azizi . 20 Nov
Even if a criticism is true, it is no defense during a prosecution for insulting the protected elite. Judge breaks law to condemn those exposed judicial crimes.
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EXCLUSIVE: Trump-Russia Mr. Fixit at Recent Meeting with Boris over Brexit

Evidence seen by Byline confirms Professor Joseph Mifsud attended a meeting with Boris Johnson two weeks ago - but the Foreign Office denies that the Foreign Secretary 'knowingly' spoke to him . The Kremlin go-between linked to Russian col
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Sheridan v News Group Newspapers, 3/11/2017 afternoon

By James Doleman . 3 Nov
Afternoon session
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The case for a strong selfless parliamentary system.

By J.N. PAQUET . 3 Nov
After Brexit, Trump, the rise of populism, fake news and alternative facts, and the recent sexual abuse cases, a strong, selfless Parliamentary System could restore the people’s trust in politics and send the populists, nationalists and hat
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"We know where you've been, we can more or less know what you're thinking about" Privacy of your data

By Hina Pandya . 28 Oct
TFL gathers your data giving it to a contractor who also works with the US armed services, 23&Me has shared 800,000 peoples data with a pharmaceutical company, and companies are gathering so much data about you that they think they can more
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Mounting pressure on Spycop Inquiry Chair

By Pitchford Watcher . 26 Oct
With an ongoing barrage of criticism, the new chair, Sir John Mitting, takes a softer tack and offers some concessions. Though, is still regarded as letting police set the Inquiry's agenda - going against the previous Chair's commitments to
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Judge questioned by victim of lawyer's "fraud" on High Court

By Alex Varley-Winter . 23 Oct
A deputy judge in Chancery Division is forced to explain how a 2005 bankruptcy order that he deems to be “based on a fraud” and a "miscarriage of justice" remains in the High Court, despite journalists' exposure of the rogue lawyer and his
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TFL admits it may use WiFi to track passenger movements in 'real-time'

By Hina Pandya . 11 Sep
Your personal movements could be being tracked in 'real-time' on the TFL network, it may actually pick up exactly where you are when you're there. Not great if you value privacy one of the pinnacles of democracy.
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Russian Activist Persecuted For Sharing Guardian Article About Gay Marriage - Among Other Things

By Colin Cortbus . 9 Sep
A young human rights activist in Russia is facing prosecution for sharing news articles about gay marriage on social media, according to her lawyer. The publishers of British newspaper The Guardian have called the case concerning.
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