With cuts, police budgeting, and the increase in violent crimes in the capital, more and more burglary cases are being left by the wayside.
Once more its election time and there are shrill demands to stuff another £350 million per week into the NHS, as though this is a complete and permanent solution to a giant nationalised industry that has been in crisis, for almost seventy years, since it was founded. This echoes the ignorance that surrounded the founding of the NHS and the lies that sought to conceal some very disturbing vulnerabilities.
The large scale attack on computer systems, including many of the British NHS systems, has generated considerable publicity, not least because NHS patients have suffered considerably with operations cancelled and medical facilities closed. We do not yet know how many have died as a direct or indirect result of the lack of NHS facilities in consequence of the hack. Surprise has been expressed in the media, but this is a situation warned about more than forty years ago, with regular warnings following over the years since. The only real surprise is that this form of attack was not taking place regularly for many years, but then this is not the first attack, just the first to receive widespread publicity.
A very large part of the huge risks are a result of an addiction to junk software and a desire to adopt new functionality with very little though of its benefits and threats.
Breaking news – the Crown Prosecution Service has said it won’t prosecute any of the candidates suspected of flouting electoral law in 2015. The CPS agreed with the Electoral Commission that the Conservatives did misreport their spending, which allowed them to stay under the spending limits. But they got off on a technicality – that the CPS can’t prove that they did it on purpose.
London, 10 May 2017: The National Communications Centre (NCC) in the Kingdom of Bahrain confirms that the Military Judiciary will consider, for the first time, a case against three individuals, one military personnel and two associates whom are non-military personnel. The three are accused of committing terrorist crimes related to planning to target military installations and Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) personnel.
London, 9th May 2017 — Thousands of diesel car owners are already looking to offload their vehicles after a “triple whammy of bad news”, to buy newer, cleaner alternatives before the value of their cars plummets, according to figures from car buying website Motorway.co.uk.
Vertically integrated companies are best poised to make the most of the growth opportunities in a volatile industry, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Energy & Environment team
LONDON – 8 May 2017 – The demand-supply imbalance in the oil & gas industry over the past couple of years has had far-reaching economic and geopolitical implications for the global market. The strong production in the North American and Russian markets led to an oversupply, which triggered a price crash and economic instability in the euro zone, geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and Africa region, and low demand in Asia-Pacific. Further, the low revenue inflow compelled oil & gas majors to roll back their capital expenditure (CAPEX) and oilfield services.
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Following the hack affecting Emmanuel Macron’s campaign over the weekend, Chris Doman, security researcher at AlienVault, comments: “The impression on the 4Chan boards, where the data was dumped – the so-called “armpit of the Internet” – is that this is all a game. But the effects of repeated attacks against political parties is serious. It’s unlikely those orchestrating these attacks would have the best interests of those happily spreading their output at heart. While the French elections are now over, it’s unlikely these types of attacks will be. Related attacks targeting German political parties for the upcoming German elections have already been identified.”