Jennifer Robinson’s reply to a request for an interview was to the point:
“Happy to be interviewed. I am in Moresby for the rest of the week (unless I am deported or arrested which is a real possibility).” 59 more words
Tags » Human Rights
The taxman is seeing employers trying to make up “crazy” excuses for not giving their staff the minimum wage, including one who claimed their employees were not entitled to be paid properly because they did not speak English. 66 more words
(not satire – it’s the Mail!)
The Mail on Sunday sent out one of its most experienced reporters to do a hatchet job on food banks and Citizens’ Advice Centres… 50 more words
HM Revenue & Customs, the UK’s tax authority, is planning to sell taxpayers’ financial data to private organisations.
Treasury minister David Gauke is overseeing the plans and the government insists that safeguards against the release of personal data, which will be sold to companies, research organisations and other public bodies “where there is a public benefit”. 53 more words
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has set out a programme to tackle entrenched inequalities and protect human rights in Britain.
The Commission’s Business Plan sets out a range of projects it will be undertaking. 316 more words
The Government’s new Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter, says there is a “very real risk” that members of the public are having their privacy invaded by the UK’s network of roadside surveillance cameras. 73 more words