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We’ve moved! Old website end piece

A decade ago, as Grant Shapps was settling in as Housing Minister after Gordon Brown’s defeat at the General Election, I met up with Tony Clements (…

We’ve moved! Old website end piece

Contact tracing – breach of data protection?

Contact tracing – breach of data protection?

Contact tracing – breach of data protection?


— Read on ukhumanrightsblog.com/2020/05/15/contact-tracing-breach-of-data-protection/

This blog has some well sourced and valid discussions about the Human Rights impact of many Government decisions, this is a keen insight into the derailment of tights in a bay written, socially imposed App.

The pandemic news from Britain: no guns and no protests, but not much protective gear — Notes from the U.K.

Britain’s pandemic lockdown has been extended, and no one’s out waving guns and flags and demanding the right to exchange germs on the open market. Instead, the lockdown’s widely supported, although I’ve seen reports that a few people, mostly young and assuming themselves to be immune, have used coughing and spitting as a way to […]

via The pandemic news from Britain: no guns and no protests, but not much protective gear — Notes from the U.K.

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Industrial workers pay the price of greed with their lives .

Coronavirus shows the folly of stripping state and society to the bone | Neal Lawson | Opinion | The Guardian

Competition, cost-cutting and short-termism got us into this mess. Only cooperation, investment and long-termism will get us out.

Our lives have changed – and now we really are all in it together, says Neal Lawson, a director of Compass
— Read on www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/mar/19/coronavirus-stripping-state-society

www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/mar/19/coronavirus-stripping-state-society

There will be nobody left to fight for you

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Law Pod UK latest episode: Coercive and Controlling Behaviour

Law Pod UK latest episode: Coercive and Controlling Behaviour

Law Pod UK latest episode: Coercive and Controlling Behaviour


— Read on ukhumanrightsblog.com/2020/02/24/law-pod-uk-latest-episode-coercive-and-controlling-behaiviour/

Strasbourg Court rules against UK on police retention of data

Strasbourg Court rules against UK on police retention of data

Strasbourg Court rules against UK on police retention of data


— Read on ukhumanrightsblog.com/2020/02/26/strasbourg-court-rules-against-uk-on-police-retention-of-data/

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Deborah Hopkins REC

For Cornwall Labour Members In the South West

Disappointed Idealist

Ranting from the chalkface

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Exploring the spidery corners of a culture and the weird stuff that tourist brochures ignore.

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Exposing the unfair treatment of jobseekers, the horrors of Universal Credit, unfair sanctions and heinous treatment of claimants at Ashton under Lyne Jobcentre.

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Leeds North West Constituency

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The place for progressive housing policy debate.

Pride's Purge

an irreverent look at UK politics

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Articles expressing solidarity, and encouraging resistance in these torrid times.

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Deborah Hopkins REC

For Cornwall Labour Members In the South West

Disappointed Idealist

Ranting from the chalkface

Notes from the U.K.

Exploring the spidery corners of a culture and the weird stuff that tourist brochures ignore.

The poor side of life

Exposing the unfair treatment of jobseekers, the horrors of Universal Credit, unfair sanctions and heinous treatment of claimants at Ashton under Lyne Jobcentre.

radical wind

blowing through female outerspace

UK Human Rights Blog

1 Crown Office Row

mudhook

EAT THE APPLE, LOOK THROUGH THE TELESCOPE IN CORNWALL AND ELSEWHERE

pawprintsofthesoul

Thoughts and meanderings of a Medicine Woman

Same Difference

News, Views and Information For People With Disabilities

The IMPRESS Project

For the press - for the public

Leeds North West Constituency

Working hard for the people of Adel, Headingley, Otley, Weetwood, Wharfedale and Yeadon

Red Brick

The place for progressive housing policy debate.

Pride's Purge

an irreverent look at UK politics

Cornish studies resources

Cornwall: history, surnames and society, from Bernard Deacon

Last Chance Saloon

Articles expressing solidarity, and encouraging resistance in these torrid times.

juxtaposed

Subject to change.