Tag: It’s not your bloody money

What Will The Supremes Do..?

The high court found last year that requiring landlords to check the immigration status of prospective tenants was unlawful and racially discriminatory because it caused landlords to discriminate against British citizens from minority ethnic backgrounds and against foreign nationals who…

Charmed Life…

Carol Rita Howard, 41, worked on a short-term contract as an investigator for the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) which she later took to an employment tribunal. She sent 101 emails from her work account to her personal account which…

“It’s Someone Else’s Fault..!”

Iheanacho was convicted in 2017 of murdering Alex and sentenced to life in jail. In a note written from prison, he said probation staff had been aware of his temper, and issues with drugs and alcohol. “My probation worker did…

More Successes In Government IT!

Thousands of reports of cybercrime were quarantined on a police database instead of being investigated because software designed to protect the computer system labelled them a security risk. Sure, blame ‘the computer’. Who programmed that software? Who failed to adequately…

What More Should They Have Done?

Leroy Junior Medford – known to family and friends as “Junior” – was 43 when he died on 2 April, more than 15 hours after being arrested by Thames Valley police on suspicion of assault. An inquest heard officers were…

Only £5000..? That’s Restraint!

A business management student who pretended to be a Grenfell Tower victim’s son to get £5,000 and free hotel stays was jailed for 18 months today. Mohammad Gamoota, 31, claimed he was living with his father on the 24th floor…