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Kindhearted Builder Helps People Rebuild Homes

Kindhearted Builder Helps People Rebuild Homes

A kind-hearted builder in the UK has been praised after helping hundreds of people rebuild their homes after being scammed by cowboy builders, it has been revealed.  Graham Nash, 50, of Leeds, has worked for free, rallied local tradesmen to help – and sometimes, spent money out of his own pocket to restore people’s broken homes. His altruism started after[Read More…]

Sarah Everard, 33  vanished as she walked home in Clapham, south London, on 3 March

Aggressive Police Protest Response Brings Fresh Scrutiny to Police Crime Bill

The heavy-handed police response to protestors who held a vigil for 33-year-old marketing executive Sarah Everard has sparked a national debate over the Police, Crime, Sentencing, and Courts Bill, (also sometimes referred to as the Crime Bill or Police Crime Bill). The Bill places further limitations over the right to protest and peaceful vigils. Following the police response to vigils[Read More…]

UK Government Admits To Secretly Testing New Tool To Store Web Browsing History of UK Citizens

UK Government Admits To Secretly Testing New Tool To Store Web Browsing History of UK Citizens

If you live in the UK, the chances are that you have heard about the Investigatory Powers Act, which is also known as the Snooper’s Charter.  The Investigatory Powers Act was unfortunately passed in 2016 and allows the government to spy on internet activity, phone records and enables public bodies to grant themselves access to these personal details with no[Read More…]

Govt Confirms The Use of Child Spies Under Covert Intelligence Laws

Govt Confirms The Use of Child Spies Under Covert Intelligence Laws

Child spies could be used to keep surveillance on their parents and other adults in their lives, thanks to a new Act that was given the green light this month. Dubbed as one of the most disturbing pieces of legislation in British history, the Covert Human Intelligence Sources Act (CHIS) will allow the police and other government authorities to use[Read More…]

Gov Downgrades Coronavirus Severity Despite Surge In Cases

Gov Downgrades Coronavirus Severity Despite Surge In Cases

Every day it seems the news is filled with new horrifying headlines about the latest unfortunate developments of the coronavirus.  So why has the UK government downgraded the status of COVID-19, but yet strengthened lockdowns?  As of March 19th, the UK government website Gov.UK, announced: “COVID-19 is no longer considered to be a high consequence infectious diseases (HCID) in the[Read More…]