Archive for January, 2015

Govt outlines plans for nurseries to report “terrorist” toddlers

Govt outlines plans for nurseries to report “terrorist” toddlers

The UK government has outlined plans to require nurseries to hand over details of toddlers they think may have terrorist tendencies it has been reported. Over the years, the reports of terrorists targeting different countries around the world – with France hitting the headlines recently – has led to a raft of new laws, purportedly aimed at reducing terrorism. However,[Read More...]

Brits with unpaid bills to be banned from going on holiday

Brits with unpaid bills to be banned from going on holiday

Police will be exercising tighter controls over those with unpaid bills attempting to travel overseas, it has been revealed. New legislation and tighter border controls are currently being used to identify those with outstanding TV license fees and council tax bills when they get to the airport. Its remit could also be extended to other debts. The UK Government’s E-Borders[Read More...]

Man given community sentence for challenging David Cameron

Man given community sentence for challenging David Cameron

A man has been arrested for shouting at David Cameron, it has announced. Stuart Rodger, 23, hid in a toilet at the Grand Central Hotel before entering a room where the prime minister was addressing Conservatives. The prime minister’s bodyguards then tackled Mr Rodger, who was then led away by Special Branch. Mr Rodger was accused of behaving in a[Read More...]

The DWP under the leadership of Iain Duncan Smith will share the private details of benefits claimants with anyone who wants to gain access to the records

Govt outline plans to share health records of benefit claimants

The government has outlined plans to sell the details of every single man and woman on welfare, it has been revealed. This information would include health records and IT literacy and debts. Under the plans, landlords, charities, the government and third party organisations would receive access to those records. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) said that those who[Read More...]

Corporations will be able to sue protesters for defamation in Tasmania

New laws allow corporations to sue protesters who oppose their policies

Australian commonwealth country, Tasmania, has passed a law allowing corporations to sue citizens for protesting. The Tasmanian government has committed to a package of anti-protest laws which gives corporate giants the right to bring a defamation suit against anyone who turns up to a protest against the policies put forward by a corporate entity. The legislation also hands out lengthy[Read More...]