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  • MPs approve surveillance bill

    MPs have given their backing to both the timetable and aims of controversial emergency surveillance legislation being rushed through Parliament. The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill, which will allow security services and the police to continue to monitor phone and internet records following a European Court ...

Communications

CWU: BT workers overwhelmingly endorse CWU pay deal

CWU press release BT workers overwhelmingly endorse CWU pay deal Workers at telecoms giant BT today (Friday) voted 72 per cent in favour of a 33-month pay agreem...

Gambling

DCMS Minister denies a U-turn on gambling bill

  Helen Grant has dismissed as “nonsense” accusations that the government has made a U-turn on gambling legislation. The government yesterday unveiled proposal...

Licensing

TUC: New Gangmasters Licensing Authority inspection rules will see more rogue agencies

TUC press release Responding to today’s (Wednesday) announcement by the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA), that it is to stop carrying out automatic inspection...

Media/Phone hacking

Ed Vaizey: Govt is ambitious about broadband provision

Ed Vaizey denied allegations, made in a report released today by the Federation of Small Businesses, that the Government’s targets for national broadband services we...

Olympics

NUT: Comment re primary school sports funding

National Union of Teachers press release Primary School Sports Funding Commenting on the Prime Minister's commitment to keep the £150m a year Primary PE and Sp...

Sport

FA Chairman: Fifa reminds me of North Korea

The decision to give Qatar the right to host the 2022 World Cup should be re-run if a FIFA report finds evidence of corruption, the FA Chairman told MPs today. Ap...

The Arts

Labour: Helen Goodman MP slams government for weakness on age ratings

Labour press release Speaking in the House of Commons today, Helen Goodman MP, Shadow Minister for Communications, called on the government to strengthen their pro...

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