Ex-MI5 chief to hear deportation case of alleged spy – BBC News

Posted September 30th, 2011 in conflict of interest, deportation, intelligence services, news, spying by tracey

“A judge has ruled that an ex-British intelligence chief can help to decide whether an MP’s former aide accused of spying should be deported from the UK.”

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BBC News, 30th September 2011

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Travellers ‘in breach’ of the law – The Independent

Posted September 30th, 2011 in enforcement notices, housing, news, planning, travellers by tracey

“If the High Court allowed residents of the UK’s largest illegal travellers’ site to escape eviction it would ‘send out the wrong signal’ to the nation, a judge was told today. A victory for the travellers of Dale Farm, near Basildon, Essex, ‘would strike to the very principles of the rule of law’, said a barrister representing Basildon Council.”

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The Independent, 29th September 2011

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Brussels threatens to sue Britain to let in ‘benefit tourists’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted September 30th, 2011 in benefits, EC law, news by tracey

“The European Commission has threatened to take legal action against Britain if ministers do not water down rules limiting foreigners’ ability to claim benefits.”

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Daily Telegraph, 29th September 2011

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Broadband advertising proposals ‘a green light to mislead customers’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted September 30th, 2011 in advertising, consumer protection, internet, news by tracey

“New proposals to regulate how broadband is advertised have been called ‘disappointing’ by Ofcom and ‘a green light to mislead’ by consumer group Which?.”

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Daily Telegraph, 30th September 2011

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