Monthly Archives: toommorelJuly 2012
The decision, whether or not the computer hacker Gary McKinnon should be extradited to the United States, will be made by the Home Secretary before Parliament by mid-October, the High Court has heard.
Mr McKinnon, a 46-year-old from north London, admited hacking into US military computers in 2002, but he claims it was only because he [...]
A scheme proposed by Nick Clegg is said to urge jobless young people back to work.
Nick Clegg also added that firms and organizations need to start thinking more creatively in order to attract jobless teens back to the work place. Under the new scheme, the firm Pertemps People Development Group in the north-east part [...]
Same sex marriage is a subject of discussions for the next meeting of the Scottish cabinet.
SNP ministers, who favour the move, are due to announce legislation this week in the wake of a consultation which resulted in 80,000 responses.
The new legislation is due to be announced later this week. The new proposals face the opportunity [...]
Average prices fell 1.7%, or £4,138, the first drop in July since 2008
In July the property market faces its first drop since 2008. According to recent researches the average house prices fell 1,7%.
The number of prospective sellers in July outnumbered the buyers by two to one, says Rightmove. This is a warning towards, people willing [...]
A “comprehensive audit ” of European Union powers and the imapct on the UK is launched by the government.
Every aspect of the EU law will be carefully examined according to new plans announces by Foreign Secretary William Hague. He says that these plans are essential part of Europe reforming and they are due to be [...]
If business owners allow their staff to watch the Olympic Games during at work, they need to purchase a TV license, the TV licensing Body reminds.
The 2012 London Olympic Games begin on 27 July and over 2, 500 hours of live Olympic coverage will be shown on TV.
The workplaces, where employees connect mobile phones, [...]
Judge Sean Morris regards the delay in trials at Lincoln Crown Court as ‘a scandal’.
Judge Sean Morris has sad that the recent delays in court trials at Lincoln Crown are scandal. It appears that it was not possible to seta date for a trial of a man who is facing charges for the possession of [...]
Insurance analysts revealed that there has been a rise in the number of people making injury claims following a road accident.
It was recently announced that there is a sharp rise in the personal injury claims despite the fall in accidents. More people are making injury claims. Insurance analysts have revealed a sharp rise in the [...]
03 JulData Protection Act
Data Protection Act
The Information Commissioner’s Office maintains a public register of data controllers. Each register entry includes the name and address of the data controller and a general description of the processing of personal information by a data controller. Individuals can consult the register to find out what processing of personal information is being carried [...]
03 JulWarning – Bogus callers
Bogus callers make up stories to trick you into leaving your house or letting them in so they can steal money or property from your home.
Bogus callers can be of any age and appearance, either male or female, and they aim to to trick or worry you into leaving your house or into letting them. [...]