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Boris Johnson has defended the police’s decision to seize the phone records of a Sun journalist. While investigating allegations of a conspiracy related to the Plebgate incident, officers used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to obtain communications information from the paper’s political editor Tom Newton Dunn...
Cabinet Office press release GOV.UK reaches one billion visits On its second birthday, the award winning government website has reached a major milestone Ove...
The Home Secretary has put pressure on the Liberal Democrats to change their position on the Data Communications Bill as part of an on-going dispute over the issue. ...
Boris Johnson has defended the police’s use of anti-terror laws to spy on journalists in the case of serious criminal investigations. He told his LBC show that he...
Police Federation of England and Wales press release Steve White, chairman, Police Federation of England and Wales says; “Social media is an incredibly us...
Office for National Statistics Statistical Bulletin Internet Access - Households and Individuals 2014 Over three-quarters of adults (76%) accessed the internet d...
07/10/2014 on Ask Boris, LBC Radio
29/07/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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