May 9, 2012

First they let them in, then they shut them out… In, out, in, out… that’s what our bonus is all about!

UK Border Agency (UKBA) staff received a total £3.5m in performance related bonuses during the 2010-2011 financial year. Not bad for something branded “not fit for purpose”. But, there again, it was recently claimed that Rupert Murdoch was “not a fit person” to run a major international business and he probably receives pay far in excess of the total UKBA staff.

More about UK Border Agency do Hokey-Cokey
April 30, 2012

Surface-to-air missiles are potentially to be deployed for the London Olympics as a defence against terrorist attack. We’ve all heard of extreme sports but is this extreme security?

More about London 2012 – Extreme Security for Extreme Sport?
August 25, 2010

What message of authority and deterrent does the British justice system send out when someone can avoid court, arrest and assault a police officer but get a suspended sentence because of drink and drugs problems?

More about Is This British Justice?

Having stupidly dumped a cat in a wheelie bin last week, Mary Bale has issued a formal apology explaining the incident as “a split second of misjudgement”.

What is of more concern is the outrageous, unnecessary and wholly excessive behaviour of the crowd of people who gathered outside her house and those that set-up and contributed to a Facebook group calling for her death.

More about Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, Where Have You ‘Wheelie’ Bin?
August 24, 2010

Are children getting more intelligent? Is education and exams getting simpler? or, is it a case that nobody can do percentages?

More about Record GCSE Results… Again!
August 4, 2010

It’s holiday time and finances are tight but 2 for 1 on a Eurotunnel journey may not be quite what some passengers were expecting.

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January 8, 2009

Christian Voice complain to Advertising Standards Agency about British Humanist’s UK advertising campaign.

More about What? No God!