The LibLabConScotsNazi Party has taken Britain back to the time of Rotten Borough – time to fight back for democracy
Stopping parties from buying our elections is a cornerstone of democracy, and it’s one of the most important reasons I’m involved in Unlock Democracy.
Electoral Fraud also very costly
Steve Arnison, Commercial Director of LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, said:
“With a flurry of High Street bank branch closures and the arrival of mobile-only challenger banks, the use of the internet to conduct banking activities is on the rise in the UK, but unfortunately so are the correlating fraud levels.
London, 14 March 2017 – The European Parliament will today vote on a report on big data and privacy. The report identifies heightened concern around the security of big data, especially in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT). It therefore recognises an added value in technology developments which improve security, and calls for greater cooperation between public and private sectors.
- Around eight in ten over 50s say the roads are in a bad state
- Eight out of ten say that road maintenance has got worse
- Pothole related damage costs £1,600 on average
A Saga Car Insurance poll* of around 10,000 over 50s shows that around eight in ten motorists believe the UK’s roads are in bad state of repair with a similar number saying they have got worse over the last few years.
More could have been done to investigate the many allegations of fraud and malpractice in Tower Hamlets before and during the 2014 Mayoral election.
- Investigations that did take place were not undertaken to the highest possible standards.
- Evidence was missed in the Met’s investigation – a bundle of 27 files sent to the Director of Public Prosecution was not reviewed by the Met.
- Evidence of criminal wrongdoing, and expeditious investigative work could have generated sufficient evidence to seek a criminal prosecution.
Following an investigation into the difficulties of tackling election fraud and malpractice in the capital, the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee publishes its findings and recommendations today.
9th March 2017, London – A historic meeting bringing together Trade Ministers from across the Commonwealth will be held in London, hosted by Lord Marland of Odstock, Chairman of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council. The main aim of the meeting is to explore ways of maximising the Commonwealth Factor – which makes it on average 19% cheaper to do business between Commonwealth countries.